Whilk and Misky impressed listeners with their single “Clap Your Hands,” which was upbeat, jazzy, and delicate in construction. Now, the dark-folk duo has released another single, titled “Love Lost.” This track is deeper and more introspective than their last, which is something I like a lot better. There’s still the same complex guitar melodies and raw drum rhythms, but it tends to experiment more with integrated spoken word and sharp electronic instrumentals. The electronic aspect of it spirals in and out of the beautifully lethargic vocals and gives a overall hypnotic effect. The similarity to Chet Faker is evident in this track, and it captures the same dark, dismal feelings he articulates so well.