‘with you.’ is my consoling message for a person suffering emotional anguish in a world of epidemic loneliness. It’s my assurance that there is someone who relates, understands, and is with them. There is a disparity of relief and loneliness when consumed by one’s own thoughts among a crowd of people, particularly for a person who suffers social anxiety. To know another person understands and is ‘with you’ on such a journey can be healing. Crackling rain creates antiquated ambience, like an old radio station when life seemed simpler, and the intrusive public transport message ‘doors closing’ reiterates how we often close ourselves off to the world to believe everything feels fine.