I'm pretty sure using the term 'glass case of emotion' is banned when talking about anything other than The Anchorman, but after listening to 'Light and Space' for the first time, it seems appropriate. It certainly has a glacial feel to it, with her vocals bobbing up and down like a piece of ice on the water.

Just give it a listen, as it's a difficult track to describe without sounding like the village dunce, or sounding like Morgan Freeman doing a voiceover on a penguin documentary. [via GvsB]

The track is taken from her forthcoming album, Quarantine, which is released on May 28th via Hyperdub.