Eyedress resurfaces with a narcotized lullaby that comes bouncing back in a wash of echoes and dreamwave sonic bed. The Idris-helmed cut is called “Mountbatten”, and it evokes the intimacy and sullen feel of Devotion-era Beach House back when they were still world-weary, lo fi fetishists wandering through the annals of the internet. But unlike old school Le Grand and Scally, Eyedress isn’t the type to build sprawling ornate out of a closed room. He’s contented to stay in just one corner, make songs smaller than heartbreak, and weep where silence is. A different take, if you’ll ask me. Stream below and download here.