A delightful trio of deep D&B right here as Facing Jinx steps away from his fruitful collabo work with Philth and lets his solo light shine. Trust us, it shines brightly... "Lonely" is the lead cut; a tearful roller that skips and flutters with undiluted melancholy, it's the perfect home for Just Some Guy's inward confident drawls. "Hungry" is more track-based in its spirit; all spacious and positive, it's not dissimilar to a Calibre, S.P.Y or early Nu:Tone number. "Consumed" leaves us lingering on a floatier note as the subs genuine do consume you. Emotional vibes.