It's amusing to hear stories about pieces of music, especially classical scores; a drawn out violin note is the whisker of a fabled hare turning over a dry plain, etc. Clearly it's a measure that's subjective, but nonetheless interesting when it comes from the perspective of the composer.
I bring this up because I'd love to know what goes through Weval's mind, maybe even more so than a lot of producers I've listened to recently. My curiosity is on par with that of the mind of DJ Koze.
Weval's latest is a great listen. The Weight is an album that can be easily enjoy when you're zoning out, or even under close scrutinization. It's unlikely music for every situation.