Everything about the most recent single from British R&B duo AlunaGeorge is just slightly tweaked for weirdness and the effect is a surreal, woozy euphoria. Everything, that is, except for singer Aluna Francis's voice — every word of hers naturally sounds like the final one before the helium wears off. This is simultaneously stunning and slapstick, serious and novelty, soul and pop.

This is just one more example of how hard U.K. R&B is killing it right now, perfecting the atmosphere that Drake's producer Noah "40" Shebib popularized (see also Jessie Ware, whose "Night Light" video debuted today, and the Terror Danjah track we posted yesterday, "You Make Me Feel Like").