It's Findlay with a brand new track called 'Wolfback'. It judders along over a meaty beat, jaunty clanging piano chords and a hinting stutter of synth joggling above sludgy bass, whole baskets of phasing synthetic sounds taking up an almost burlesque progression, with Findlay's voice itself hopping elastically from note to note. The whole thing is somewhat dark and confused, but not in a despairing way: it's more like looking back on a bad situation with a mix of pain and lightheartedness. It's also her first proper single of the year and will be out on 20th April.

Here's what she told us about the origins of her latest offering:

What's the inspiration/idea behind the track?
It was written at a weird time in my life about a bad relationship I was in and how I was battling with myself throughout. It's actually one of my favourite songs of mine, I enjoy listening to it now more than I used to now I'm in a better place.

Is there any particular time or place in the universe where it'd sound best?
2015. Feel like I sat on this song for way too long and it seems like the perfect time for it to be put out there. The video we shot which is coming soon is set in a futuristic bar in japan though... the imagery worked so well with the music... But let's see how it goes down here and now.

How do you hope or imagine people will react to it?
I hope people like it, it's quite a departure from the first few tracks released which were more band driven I'm intrigued to see how people will react to the sound, I think it sounds more fat and modern I've enjoyed experimenting with more synth sounds and loops. I just hope my enthusiasm for progression is mirrored by fans of the original Findlay sound.