It’s rare for a dance artist to deliver peak time jams with a raw political message. Lyrically, Breathe is an acute portrait of an abusive relationship where one feels stuck - be it through financial necessity or trauma bonding in a violent, emotionally abusive or dysfunctional relationship. Musically it’s ageless, rolling, harmonic acid house (there’s also two exceptional remixes by Lauren Flax and Olive T). ‘I Walk Alone At Night’ continues Elizabeth’s essential message but from the perspective of fear and the heightened sense of danger abusive experiences create. Pale Blue have released 12″s on labels such as Crosstown Rebels, Correspondant, and Me Me Me - as well as releasing tracks for charities they believe in. Nothing they’ve released so far, however, hits with such a strong, poignant and critical message than these new tracks.