"Deleted," the first of two tracks with vocalist Sara Z, marries garagey beats with doleful synth melodies in a style that isn't far removed from Disclosure's urban/house hybrid. Fairground organs, drum rolls and brushed snares underpin the gentle jazz-pop of "Always," a track with plenty of crossover potential, before Potter toughens things up with "Fool." The first of two tracks with Angelina Lucero, it reverberates to a pile-driving kick drum and grandfather clock percussion, heavily sweetened by the vocodered vocals.
Potter's final trick is the fuzzy, lo-fi electronica of "True," which is flavoured with hints of Gold Panda and James Holden. If you're being picky, the EP could do with an instrumental or a male vocal, just for variety's sake. But, despite being shorn of his old collaborator, Jerome LOL is still doing rather nicely.