It all starts with that Victorian riff, the piano jam, the great motivational intro for the presidential speech.
"A Message to Myself" is exactly that, a message to you as the listener carried through the grungy, deep-roots London accent of Murry Matravers. It's not every day that the ideals and themes of motivation get blended into a grungy alt-pop sound that would be welcome in any dark and dank club.
The song itself instrumentally explores the combined sounds of classical music and a strong electronic combo of samples, noises, reverbs, and beautiful chaos. It also takes time to pull back and create a softer earnest sound, but it never shy's away from its main plan — to make you feel good about yourself.