The metrical, almost bouncy groove in "These 3 Sins" contrasts with the melodious vocals and subtle, undulating guitar effects in "Sweet Virginia," probably the album’s most radio-friendly track. Similarly, the infectiously simple, yet catchy melody in "Chicken Out" varies with the indiscriminate two-part harmony and piano effects in "Meet Me in the City."
If anything, Split the Difference definitely has lots of difference. However, the album is consistent in its variety. The use of more than one singer for each song takes away the sometimes-repetitive sound that can be achieved with only one vocalist. Overall, Gomez’s newest release is all around good music for good times.