I love the song already but I think this song is every reason why LP SHOULDN'T take this direction too far. And what I mean by that is this: LP is pretty talented with dabbling in electronic/synth elements for a rock band, but you put them up on a track produced by someone who regards doing EDM as his bread and butter and LP's forays on Living Things sound pretty weak. I love the sound. It has a nice "stadium song" sound like The Catalyst & New Divide, but come on, people like Aoki do this sound so much better than Linkin Park I honestly wouldn't want Mike to try lol. I personally think LP is a little scared to embrace the "stadium" sound like Muse has always done and Coldplay just started to do on the past few albums. Songs like Powerless & I'll Be Gone (especially) should be huge songs live. I think A Light That Never Comes is a way for LP to embrace that side of the band without feeling like they sold out to that sound because it's collaboration.