The four-song EP centers around its title track, which is surprisingly restrained for two Teklife producers. For Lanza, however, the slippery rhythm, incandescent synths and steamy atmosphere sound like a natural continuation of Pull My Hair Back. DJ Spinn & Taso's beat slides between standard hip-hop bounce and an elastic half-time that wouldn't be out of place backing FKA twigs, but the vocals remain in a heartbroken trance. Though you couldn't call her demeanor "chilly," Lanza certainly isn't warm when cooing lyrics like "love can be so cruel." Resolution only arrives at the end, closing the slo-mo ballad with soulful guitar notes and a smoldering G-funk synth lead. It all floats by in a blink, which can make "You Never Show Your Love" feel somewhat slight even if the ride is utterly smooth.
Featuring production from the late DJ Rashad, the Teklife remix of "You Never Show Your Love" is the record's other highlight. Rashad & Spinn flip the original into a frenzy of synth stutters and tumbling drum sequences, but even their usual footwork ideas are tempered with touches of syrupy groove. Lanza's breathy voice is notably left untouched, like it's actually an alternate version of her song instead of a remix. At this point, the notion doesn't seem unlikely in the least.