Trading off with a wispy, evocative clarinet line, a vocal warmly invites you "come on over to my place," and you can envision riding with a stranger in an elevator to a high-rise pad, followed by unknown pleasures at some lost hour of the night. jozif's remix plays out like a natural extension, pushing the groove harder, riding a bouncy stab on the intro, and letting a swirl of disco strings unfurl at the climax.
On the flip "Take a Breath" bears several requisite deep house signifiers but doesn't seem to offer much besides that.
Closer "Time Tells" is quite a perplexing number, mostly because of the unusual vocal DOTB have chosen to drop: a female voice discussing the nature of language in a professorial tone, which at first doesn't exactly scream "house anthem." In fact at first it sounds like the voice might have been inserted there ironically, like some '50s anti-drug warning—but a closer listen reveals a hidden affinity between speech and sound: while the woman discusses the role that linguistic signs play in producing a sense of community, the beats pump an up-tempo, lively house groove underneath, as if to remind you that sometimes you don't have to say a word to come together.