Romantics may be turned off by Phosphorescent’s “Song for Zula,” which expresses a love for freedom, to be one with the changing nature of, well, nature rather than an idealized version of romantic monogamous relationships but in the end the song seems to be about another kind of romance. It’s about a romance with nature and one’s self communing with the primal within without shame. The lyrics are edgy, a bit disconcerting, and with any other tone they may have come off as jaded (even evil with *that* ending) but Phosphorescent manages to convey a feeling elated weightlessness.