"Fields of Joy" is a classic misnomer, as a brooding sense of danger and darkness is built from the off with cinematic string samples and a raspy high-pitched lead synth. There isn't much joy to be found in this sonic landscape. A hip hop-esque vocal leads the track to a drop and, from then on, it's a tumble through dark terrain, with hard-hitting beats and distorted basslines leading the way.
"Stormtrooper" is set off by eerie atmospherics and skittering hi-hats that give way to a central bass motif before a big drop with a tick-tock 2-step beat emerges. The simple but effective bass riff is the heart around which S.P.Y. weaves strings, vocals and effects, situating the track firmly in neurofunk territory. It's the stronger of the two tracks here, but still doesn't contain the sort of standout moment that separates it from similar fare.