His newest single keeps the trend going to an extent, but this one is a bit different. His last couple were about how the narrator wishes she had not left. This one is more like, begging her not to leave. It's not a very interesting topic, but Brownlee sounds like he means it, especially on lines like .../baby just listen/listen to the hearts you're breaking/... and as usual, Brownlee puts in another solid vocal performance.
As for the production, it's not as tepid as "Day After You" and it's not as aggresive as "Smoke In The Rain". It's right down the middle, which is perfect.
Canadian radio better enjoy Brownlee while they can because sooner or later, american radio will find out about him, and claim him as their own.