Roman Remains. It's an intricate mix of dark electronica, clever lyrics and a rare vocal style from Moss that creates a personal style that is difficult to find elsewhere. As for 'Gazebo'. it sounds strangely disconnected; the music is as laconic as Moss' vocals just to the point of cool so as not to appear lackadaisical. Butler describes Roman Remains as "a living, breathing, digital being" which is certainly applicable to Gazebo. The rhythm isn't a platform for the lyrics, it strikes as the heartbeat of the entire song. Ahead of the release of their album 'Zeal', this is a terrific introduction to this pair's music, the album Spotify