The vocal variation in Myers' voice is the star on “Do I Bleed." She is able to fluctuate her voice from high into low very smoothly and frequently with ease. She doesn’t stay in her range, but floats around in the higher and lower octaves. “Do I Bleed” describes the process of dehumanization through the use of imagery such as being unable to recognize yourself in the mirror and wondering if blood can still escape your body. The instrumentation combined with the lyricism creates a strong emotional tie to those who may be struggling with feeling like they belong
With influences of indie, R&B, and pop intertwined, Kaitlyn combines multiple genres effortlessly by adding instrumentation from each category. While the piano stays in a melancholic state, the guitar and shaker add a tinge of pop to the otherwise R&B centered song. Similar to Regina Spektor and Sarah McLachlan, her voice often rides yodel-like vocal fluctuations.