We can already (finally!) listen to ‘Capricornia’, the first single from the second Allo Darlin’ album, Europe, which is out on Slumberland Records April 17th. And, of course, we’re talking about another classic indie-pop gem, with a delightful late-80s/first-90s feeling.

Singer Elizabeth Morris explains: "Capricornia is the area in Queensland that I'm from. It has imaginary state lines, roughly around the Tropic of Capricorn, which runs directly through my hometown. There's a nice 70s monument that marks the spot where the line passes, out on a lonely dirt road where all the kids learn how to drive. My family have lived in this area for over 6 generations but none of my generation remain. It’s a beautiful place.

Musically, when we first discussed the album with our producer, I suggested that the feel of Europe should be somewhere between A New England by Kirsty Macoll and Cattle and Cane by The Go-Betweens. I think this song is the closest to that."

Is it? Yes, it is.