The way I see it this track has an air of confusion to it... It's title is something so plain and ordinary, yet the track is layered with large than life synth patches which take listeners on an epic roller-coaster ride.
During the start of "Brunch" we're introduced to something that's reminiscent of Star Trek by virtue of the atmospheric pads. When the drop comes, it's captivating enough to change your perspective of what you just heard. A groovy house beat kicks it that'll have you searching for your dancing shoes.
What I also really loved about Brunch is the meticulousness within the production. The swelled synth has quite a sticky melody but apart from that, it *sounds* stereo because it takes up space but it *feels* mono. Hug Them All ticks all the boxes on this one since there's clear cut production and the track has soul.