Initially, there's quite a solemn feeling delivered to us on this sad face track by virtue of the acoustic guitar within the beginning. Although, the arrival of the drums and the modulations on the guitar lifts our spirits as the drop comes in.
On "s.cape", it's almost as if Sadface. is flaunting his virtuosity when it comes to production. I loved the various ways in which the guitar was manipulated; some moments it was deliberately off-key, and even reversed a number of times to act as a riser of some sort. This manipulation continuously kept things interesting, and so did the female vocals which appeared and disappeared unexpectedly.