At the start of “Daydream,” something exhilarating lurks, awaiting an invitation to burst out at the seams, as it does in full by song’s end. This something is a tantalizing breed of house and pop music ornamented with sonic, multi-layered brilliance. This new release from New York City-based indie-pop partnership Glassio finds its footing on jabs of keyboard, an insatiable bassline and ear-catching harmonies hoisted up by on-the-rise vocalist NAKAYA.

Penned as both a sign of the times and a hybrid of Dr. Dre’s production methods and French electronic duo Air’s atmospheric touch, “Daydream” should induce momentary reflection, hand clapping and a willingness to treat the track with repeated listens all in one flurry.