Will Weisenfield (AKA Baths) has managed to recapture some of the bright, wistful sounds that had captivated music lovers from his 2010 album Cerulean. The radiating electronic beats in the track Disorderly immediately envelopes the listener into a realm of careless tranquility, a breath of fresh air after the melancholic Obsidian. Weisenfield’s vocals are the same modest falsetto that has been featured before on his other tracks, and you know what? They totally work. If the track was left simply as an instrumental, it could easily have served as a relaxing soundtrack to your evening daydreams. Yet with the complementation of the vocals, the song becomes slightly more apprehensive and anxious. The mixture of these emotive forces make Disorderly the interesting Baths single we have all been waiting for. This track was made available through the Los Angeles label Friends of Friends most recent compilation, titled What’s Good Los Angeles? You can download the entire compilation (featuring Jerome LOL and Hodgy Beats) for free on October 4th and stream the single Disorderly below.