There's a chill in the air, and popular culture dictates this to mean "cuffing season." It's that special time of year when staying indoors begets depression in the form of seasonal affective disorder. If you don't have a warm body with which to binge streamed television, you're just not gonna have that much fun.
Baauer's latest single "Company," featuring fairy vocals from Danish singer Soleima, takes a psychedelic microscope to these fleeting, socially constructed feels. During the writing process, Baauer and Soleima went back to bedroom production basics, surrounding themselves with intimacy in order to explore introversion. There's a hush throughout "Company," a song that's as much about silence as it is ASMR trigger blips. It's a lonely song, glowing in darkness with the faint warmth of technology's blue light.