Yesterday morning the brunch-place owner remembered our name. We always look at him and talk about him, wonder if he’s drunk off mimosas and how’s his new baby, and yesterday he crossed the rubicon and happy Sunday, now we’re friends. It feels nice to be acknowledged, even nicer for constant French toast eating. “Sunlight” is probably a love song, but we wouldn’t sing it for our boos. “Beaming out” and “dripping” aren’t our go-to call words, like they are for Bag Raiders. But “when I see your face,” now that’s a lyric we can get behind, that’s a lyric that fits our new brunch bestie. This Stopmakingme remix starts as we leave our apartment: bass drum heavy and little synth arps, but maybe not the most interesting first two minutes. Then that part’s over. We’re there. He’s looking over from the bar, we’re standing in the doorway. For a second there’s total silence. Our eyes meet, he knows our name, French house pours in, it’s a proper remix. Waiting for the break was worth it, after that moment everything is better. "Sunlight" single comes out in early March on Modular.