The opening tune from the ATP festival is relatively slow-paced when compared to the rest of the brothers' discography. It features deep, warm sounding synths that are played very slowly and segue into each other. This track may be an early precursor to Dayvan Cowboy, as the harmonic progression is very much the same, and the upper line often resembles the cello melody heard in the later track.
A 20 to 30 second snippet of this track is played in the All Tomorrow's Parties Film. It's played over footage of concert goers walking around the holiday homes at dawn. The songs listed at the end credit this song as "Echus", written by Marcus Eoin and Michael Sandison and performed by Boards of Canada.