The slow, welcomed renaissance of Brooklyn synth pop outfit Chairlift keeps turning with the increasingly hyped release of the band's third studio album Moth, set for release later this month. Fans previously got a listen to the new, matured sounds of 'Ch-Ching' and 'Romeo' last month, and now have a romantic burner to help ease the wait for 'Crying In Public'.

The third single from the band's first studio album since 2012's dynamic Something is a bit of a thematic dash away from the aforementioned leading singles, settling in smooth waves of synth and muted percussion while singer Caroline Polachek sounds as vulnerable as ever, profusely apologies for the most sincere of moments. It's another intensely charming venture into the band's ever-progressing sounds and perhaps the most endearing.

Listen to 'Crying In Public' below and pre-order iTunes, Amazon, and stream the single on Spotify. The album officially arrives January 22nd via Columbia Records.