Even with the beat gently pounding away, the first half of the latest creation from Ghostlight sounds like something you could wrap yourself up in. It’s all string plucks, twinkly electronic notes and the near-whispered voice of guest Nogawa Kazune drifting over the playroom skip. It’s calming and somewhat heartwarming (the lyrics reveal a little bit of lingering pain, but everything else bandages it) — and then near the end it really lets go. The beat picks up, the singing gets ever-so-slightly louder and this track ends on a bumping note. Listen above.