“Feedback” steps through three phases in the first 90 seconds. For almost a minute, the song has a gentle nature. Then, it turns beat heavy, until the chorus arrives at 1:28. Each step is interesting, but it’s the journey that makes the song blogworthy.
At the start of “Feedback,” the woman is young and her summer lover is with an older man who joins the army. The early experience is described with a gentle innocence. The gentleness drops when the song jumps to a later experience, since “Now, I’m a woman!” It seems the early-life love has been rekindled.
"Feedback" by Rodes Rollins