The release follows that of Working Class Woman, the Montreal-based producer’s fourth and "most self-reflective record," also released via Ninja Tune, who labelled it "a document of her state of mind, of operating within the spheres of dance music and club culture."
On "La Ecstase" the lyrics—spoken in French and Italian—"take in the sights, sounds ,and emotions of an early morning dancefloor," with Davidson's spoken-text observations riding out over a sluggish electro baseline. This track is remixed by Silent Servant. Making up the EP are the previously released "So Right" (extended club version) and a remix by John Talabot, with all tracks available physically for the first time.
A1. So Right (Extended)
A2. So Right (John Talabot Pressure Dub Remix)
B1. La Ecstase
B2. La Ecstase (Silent Servant Remix)
So Right will land on November 30, with "La Ecstase" and the Silent Servant remix streaming below.