Leon Bridges’s Good Thing is filled with exaltation and struggle, uncertainty and pride. There are excerpts from the stories that built him and glimpses at a love he might hold onto. He creates tension between the good thing he has and the dreams he wants to come true.

Jessie Ware’s Glasshouse is stories plucked from shelves inside the space her relationship built. That space is fragile but strengthened by how they’ve nurtured their time together and how they protect the promise of what’s to come.