This is about as close to true romance as you're going to find in a song less than 30 minutes.
That's right, put down your Tinder, get on the couch, light some candles if you have to because Floating Points has you covered.
It's so deeply stirring that I think it's going on my list of songs that I can't listen to without it making me cry thinking about previous lovers and dead pets.
They don't really register the same kinds of emotions, those two, naturally, but both evoke that torturous element music possesses whereby certain sounds take on much deeper meaning. Ok, maybe not so much for passed pets.