Uffe's voice—a cracked, slightly stoned croon—is central to it all. It's a primary weapon on the first half of "All I Did," setting the mood for a two-step beat to drop midway through, accompanied by a funereal organ, sun-flecked synths and a dusting of percussion. Heading down a quirkier path, the beatless "Pretending" uses a milk bottle rattle as its rhythm, to which Christensen works in woodblocks and daft electronic squiggles. "Valentine's Card" is easier to engage with. It's an elegant slo-house jam with quivering, mournful synths doing battle with stabs of electro-funk keys.
Of the two remixes, Acid Pauli's reworking of "Pretending" is the more in synch with the original, adding celestial hums and some itchy snares. Meanwhile, the Jon Convex remix of "All I Did" is the purest dance floor moment of the EP. He opts to get tough with a locked-on deep techno groove, placing it underneath slabs of Uffe's cut-up vocals.