Following on from "All The Time", Kristopher Straus and Eirik Vestrheim go a little bit looser, a little bit more industrial gloomy on "Voice & Loyalty".

Straus' voice booms out over clanging bass and ever-so-slightly funky drums, while light keyboard lines mix with echoing synths and dirge-like electric piano. There's a sense of foreboding to the track, mixing the grey skies of Manchester with the often equally grey Bergen. It sounds like a battle at times, matching the song's theme of staying to fight for a relationship, even when it seems there's an easier way out.

"Voice & Loyalty" is taken from the Cul-de-sac album, due out in November via Brilliance.