Under the name of How To Dress Well, Tom Krell is part of a new wave of R&B artists who are twisting the malleable genre into new shapes. His brand is a vaporous one. Brandishing impeccable production, Krell doesn’t pull any punches with his sharp introspection and emotional unpacking. This time around, he’s attempting to tackle the incongruity of both physical and emotional space and closeness present in the context of love. Krell begins the song with direct rectitude: “You know that I love you, baby”. What unfolds is an contemplation of words left unsaid and acknowledgement of their occasional necessity, even when those words may express both pain and support. He calmly delivers the last line before over two and a half more minutes of a musical expanse that exemplifies that verbal void touched on throughout; the song beautifully bleeds into itself.