Back in January we introduced you to the mysterious London singer Island Fox with her experimental electronics that instantly launches you into the dead of a neon night. At long last we get the return of this singer's decadent FKA Twiglike vocals with "Carbon Flux". It's the subtle verses that float elegantly through the night that calm your body and soul, but when the chorus drops in all hell breaks loose and the night becomes an instante flash of multicolored lights with silicon synths. It's a cross between the calm of the storm and the agitation of the dead of night all fusing into a beautiful array of dust, wind, and fire leading to the ultimate finale that knocks you on your back gasping for air. It's a multi-emotional punch of pop to the face in all the right ways.