After a few moments I was convinced it was Fanny Adams. But on listening — no, that's not the one. I moved on.
Is it Starless & Bible Black? I had a skip through their album, which I've been looking forward to leafing back through for a while — still no (but I rediscovered the lovely Allsight and Sirène, in the process).
Did Pause have a turn that was more folk than -tronica? I took a quick listen to check, but it was all far off from the expectation I was chasing.
I even tried Solid Steel presents Bonobo: It Came From The Sea remembering its occasional acoustic strains (like Hidden) — I knew I was still lost.
I could feel clearly the context to the track I was seeking: I knew it was made by people who were concocting music (like chefs in a café) from the latest parts of the British folk revival, taking in all their modern context to go with it.