“Softer and Softer” offers the first taste of Strange Bedfellows, a new album by Eddie Chacon and Sissy St. Marie, better known as The Polyamorous Affair. The song compares to drinking a pina colada. The synth is the delicious cool liquid and the beats are the textured pineapple you’re drinking from, tangy sweet yellow on the inside and a little bit tough on the outside. This makes the lyrics the alcohol. Seductive and smokey, the part that scrambles your mind. It takes a few repetitions until you realize Sissy St. Marie is saying “Softer and softer…like an innocent baby wallabee.” Polyamorous Affair videos tend to be romantic, bizarre tales of slapstick violence. It’s always a love story about two characters Anthony Burgess might enjoy describing. Here, rendered coolly by director Nuka Wølk Mathiassen.