Okay, this might be a stretch, but Noah Pope sounds like the second reincarnate of a musical baby that was the product of Briston Maroney and Boy Genius. Now that I have your attention, let's get into “endless questions” and why it's worth listening to.
The track is riddled with chords that ask you a question, just as the name itself implies, and that couldn't be more indicative of his search in trying to figure out the best way to tell someone that he loves them. “endless questions” is clearly crafted from emotion that has built up over a long period of time, and it feels almost like this song signifies that he is at peace with the situation – leaving it as is and closing the idea with chords that satisfy those that were used earlier on.
I have a strong feeling that more shoegaze-folk-alternative music is up next in the limelight, and Pope left us with an extremely solid offering within that space. Mainstream music is reinventing itself with each passing day, and with support from Spotify coming already for this song, I have a feeling that Noah Pope will be a name we see more often in the near future.