My Fantasy moves at a more considered pace than her Ostgut debut, Loch & Hill, and this unhurried approach suits Virginia. "Fictional" is typical of the lush synth arrangements she plays in her sets. The melodies are generous and tightly weaved together, swelling and twisting as they go before they're wrung dry by a breakdown that exposes the track's nimble bassline.
"Never Enough"'s sharp chords press firmly on the bassline, which is tightly-wound and fleet-footed. It's the simplest track of the three, but its emphasis on bass and melody, which combine to give the track an end-of-the-night feel, lends it plenty of power. The title track is the only one with vocals, but here they don't add much to the song's appeal. The track's Chicago sci-fi feel falls a bit flat, lacking the vitality of the EP's other songs.