Having oscillated between the avant-garde, straightforward pop and nearly everything in between, Kelly Lee Owens could be considered a jack-of-all-trades in spite of the fact that she has only been putting out her own music for a short time.

On the heels of the amazing singles '1 Of 3,' 'Lucid' and 'Arthur,' it was not quite clear where Owens was going to take her knack for atmospheric beauty and exceptional harmonies. As it turns out, she turned to space on her newest song 'CBM.'

"CBM stands for Colours, Beauty, Motion," Owens told The FADER, who premiered the track. "It's related to the cosmic perspective of our planet. I was inspired by astronauts interpretations of the 'Overview' effect -- which "is a cognitive shift in awareness reported by some astronauts and cosmonauts during spaceflight, often while viewing the Earth from orbit or from the lunar surface." The music represents in some way the motion of traveling around the planet at speed, that slightly lucid & disorientating experience as well as it being awe-inspiring and maybe leaving you changed for good."

'CBM' is the first track to be released from Owens' upcoming Oleic EP, which is due out on Oct. 21.