For the Rabbits has this to say:
Colossus is a darker, more downbeat piece, Dakota’s always impressive voice is to the fore, accompanied initially by minimal pulses of synth and the lightest touch of processed percussion. Latterly it subtly swells as additional vocals and distant strings enter; getting thicker and denser without ever going towards any sort of clichéd crescendo.
The accompanying visuals, seem to take bright imagery, and suck the colour from them, mirroring the tracks low-key subtlety. It’s a simple but hugely effective trick; which is a rather neat summation of Dakota Blue, an artist finding the beauty in the everyday and almost mundane: making real life sound this intriguing is a hugely impressive accomplishment.