The other two tunes here are domestic, preferring the cozy confines of a deep groove. "Gruff" is certainly a fitting word for Matthew Burton and Nick Lawson's track. Over a rubber band bassline, there appears to be a grunt-only conversation between a barrel-chested Neanderthal and a bioluminescent panther: the former speaks solely in uggh ugghs, the latter in lazerlike growls.
Laura Jones' warm, engaging "Live a Little" is the most melodic of the three, albeit in shreds that never coalesce into song. Its production centerpiece is perhaps a little excited burst of group singing that specifically recalls Thomas Melchior's sampling on "Choir," the B-side to 2008's "Who Can Find Me." Like its predecessor, "Live a Little"'s vocal sliver evokes a tribal celebration on the African savanna, a cheerful exaltation that's been plucked out of time and thrown like a ghost into the track's soupy dream world.