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Rainy Day Relaxation Road Trip. Romantic Evening Sex All Themes. Sophie Muller was commissioned to direct its video, which shows Ellis-Bextor on a pier and inside a living room. The song was performed on some television programmes in the United Kingdom. It was recorded at the State of the Ark studios, mixed and engineered by Richard Woodcruft, and mastered by Miles Showell. According to the sheet music published by Universal Music , it is set in a tempo of 60 beats per minute.
The song begins with a gentle piano melody,  transitioning into Ellis-Bextor's sung section. During the verses of the song, she sings in a low register, reaching her lowest note of F 4 ; conversely, in the chorus , her voice reaches C 6 and trembles.
Throughout the song, her vocals are restrained and incorporate the melisma technique. According to Ludovic Hunter-Tilney from Financial Times , the track discusses "the joys of growing old with one's spouse". For Time Out magazine, Clare Considine described "Young Blood" as a "delicate love song" and opined that the strings and piano melodies effectively complement Ellis-Bextor's vocals.
Although she praised Ellis-Bextor's vocals, Bennett described the track as "heroine-gazing-forlornly-into-the-distance" due to its instrumentation.Danish company for audio visual products, founded in by Peter Bang and Svend Olufsen.