The second track (entitled: "Vietnam") is the first fully fleshed out song of the EP and really introduces the listener to the style. Rapid fire lyrics and distinct and intimate acoustic instrumentation are the first noticeable elements. The instruments are very clear, never drowned in reverb or distant... they're not flat mind you, just not hiding at all (which is becoming uncommon).
The chorus of "You Don't Sleep" is an especially enjoyable one, as it's lyrics are pointed and sharp, and instrumentally an accordion is introduced.
If you feel the bittersweet anthems of the EP are a little to sweet throughout- the last song kicks in the bitter with a more punchy and profane hook, ending it on a note soaked in attitude.
Overall "Better Half" is a Singer-Songwriter album with out-of-the-ordinary instrumentation and high production levels, qualities which are unfortunately found in the minority of most pieces coming out within the genre.
"Better Half" by Good Graeff is available via this Bandcamp page.