15 Songs, 57 Minutes

EDITORS’ NOTES

A spacious, slow-burning album that turns club hedonism into Zen meditation, Late Nights weaves through the after-hours underground with delicacy, detachment, and a sly sense of humour—not so much a celebration of bad behaviour as a cool, keen study of it. “Hey, there’s no we without you and I,” he sings on the slinky, Stevie Wonder-ish “Oui,” bending the French word for “yes” into a line that feels romantic, playful, and miraculously un-corny.

EDITORS’ NOTES

A spacious, slow-burning album that turns club hedonism into Zen meditation, Late Nights weaves through the after-hours underground with delicacy, detachment, and a sly sense of humour—not so much a celebration of bad behaviour as a cool, keen study of it. “Hey, there’s no we without you and I,” he sings on the slinky, Stevie Wonder-ish “Oui,” bending the French word for “yes” into a line that feels romantic, playful, and miraculously un-corny.

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