The ornate intro on “Wash” is so gorgeously decorated that it lures the listener to the point where they’d immediately drop everything in that very moment.

When it comes to the arrangement it’s quite glitchy and coated with glittery synths, and as soon as the drop hits it feels like a whirlpool of synths by virtue of the range of sounds we’re acquainted with. The addition of the distant vocal samples added a tinge of dreaminess to the track which I really appreciated.