I thought the same at first, it's an odd sounding song given the structure. I really love it now and it's top-tier for me, to be sure. I especially love the lines of "Yet here we are again" (Or just "Yet here we are", at the end of the song). I'm finding that this record, for me, is much less of a 'chore' (for a horrible lack of words) to get through than other albums of his. It's very accessible, I'd say more so than even Addicted! or Epicloud (at least Sky Blue, not so much for Dark Matters). That said, I still find a considerable amount of depth to the lyrics and the music itself without it being overwhelming. Then again, I'm apparently much more open to Devy's sound and production than most, so the whole 'wall of sound' or 'dominating choir' doesn't affect me in the slightest and I simply view it as part of the album's personality, so for me that takes away a lot of the problems many people have right there.
I think I'm at a point where it'll stick, and it's still at the same 'not the best Devy album, but still awesomely awesome'.