Some tracks take shape quickly, others take years to gestate and form. "Left to My Own Devices" was one of the latter, although the original idea came together quite quickly in my Brooklyn studio many years ago. I knew I wanted to make something that felt influenced by those euphoric moments in the club but that wasn't necessarily something you'd play during those moments. Something referencing those feelings but just hinting at them. I think the rave-y chord stabs and vocal chops do that in in this track. I would suggest listening to it holding a loved one, be it a friend, family member, lover, or pet, very close.