Annelotte De Graaf has taken a long run-up to her new Amber Arcades album European Heartbreak, which comes out September 28. This started back in April when she released two tracks 'Goodnight Europe' and 'Simple Song', which came with accompanying videos that became the first two parts of a projected trilogy. She also released the song 'Alpine Town' last month. Today she furthers the excitement for the upcoming album, and completes the video trilogy, with the release of 'Where Did You Go'

De Graaf tells us about 'Where Did You Go', saying "This song is about the irrational nature of love. You need to keep telling yourself you believe in it in order for it to exist at all. On the other hand, maybe it's a cool thing because of that. If it were more "real" it would just be another "thing" you can choose, like a brand of peanut butter. And I'm not so sure about whether always being able to choose all the things makes us better or happier in the end.”

'Where Did You Go' is a playful, organ-led track that is jaunty in its longing, as we shimmy through playful verses into the beseeching chorus. Despite the underlying message of worry and dissatisfaction, 'Where Did You Go' maintains a fastidiously upbeat outlook, as though Amber Arcades will be happily searching for their lost lover for years to come, without ever losing that rosy shine that adorns the melodies of the song.

It also comes with a video, which is part 3 of Amber Arcades' trilogy; "In this final part the characters are making a final attempt to put their future together in the hands of destiny, or the universe, or whatever. I'm not sure it works out so well in this case.” Check it out below.

Amber Arcades' new album European Heartbreak comes out through Heavenly on September 28th and can be pre-ordered here. They'll also be touring in support of the record, at these dates:

Sunday 12th August - Planet Oedipus Festival, Amsterdam
Friday 17th August - Green Man Festival, Crickhowell
Friday 7th September - Festival No. 6, Portmeirion
Wednesday 3rd October - The Exchange, Bristol
Thursday 4th October - The Deaf Institute, Manchester
Friday 5th October - Mono, Glasgow
Saturday 6th October - Think Tank, Newcastle
Sunday 7th October - The Polar Bear, Hull
Tuesday 9th October - Belgrave Music Hall, Leeds
Friday 12th October - The Haunt, Brighton
Thursday 25th October - Rotown, Rotterdam
Friday 26th October - Sugarfactory, Amsterdam
Saturday 27th October - Merelyn, Nijmegen