An eerie, deep voice says they want to see your lighters halfway through Mura Masa and Shura's "Love For That"—and it sure has the dewy-eyed feeling of that mid-set moment when you raise your arms and turn to the person next to you in the crowd. The 19-year-old London-based producer made his name with sleepy bangers for the likes of Soulection, but with leftfield popstar (and Gen F alum) Shura on vocal duties and a fleshy string section, he's made his most moving track yet. "'Love For That' is a sort of lament on falling in and staying in love for the wrong reasons," Mura Masa told The FADER over email. "Shura is so easy to work with: we just sat in her room for hours chain-smoking and talking about all sorts of things, and somehow this is the track that came out of it. It's the first single from the album I'm working on, and I hope it sets a really nice tone for what's to come." Listen below.