I have a soft spot for winter music released in the summer. That's exactly what Matty Fasano's two track offering is: cold, grey, and introspective. "Unkind" is Fasano crooning over a simple piano and sparse percussion. With that said, the end result isn't lacking an emotional punch. Fasano is a careful songwriter, allowing his larger thoughts develop slowly and simmer in the mind of the listener, rather than displaying flashy choruses or moments that outshine the rest of the song. The entire piece is the main focus and after the last seconds of "Unkind" tick away the emotion delivered by Fasano lingers long after in the silence.