It's almost as if all the elements included within "Kerosene" were crafted to induce an incredibly serene listening experience.
What caught my attention initially was the raw yet soothing vocals from Mindchatter. The instrumental is somewhat minimalist and that's part of the reason I believe for the most part, he's vocal delivery cements itself as the allure. Although in the chorus, we're acquianted with shimmering synths which enliven the track. Something that I also found quite special about "Kerosene" is that it's quite difficult to place it into any one genre, this is a listening experience for anyone.