Here's the latest track to be taken from Lapalux's new album, Lustmore. It's called 'Puzzle' and it arrives after the producer shared 'Don't Mean A Thing' last month.

'Puzzle' is a squiffily blissful slice of scuttling bristle-beats, beset with vinyl crackle and swirling with the rich vocals of featured artist, Andreya Triana. Saxophone seeps seemingly in through the walls with antique ectoplasmic innocuous threat – listless noir ambience – chimes trickling with golden cascade glistening as the track gradually becomes fuller, busier, ever more bristling and damaged by its own ornamenting nuances.

Speaking about the new track, he said:

"It's a very visual song for me. It's about a sort of seedy, underground desire, like an old bar that used to have class, getting slowly seedier, to keep up with the demand for exploitation and filth. I think it sums up the whole feel and mood of the record. That kind of sultry, seedy undertone and the pieces of the puzzle not fitting together properly, as if in a state of limbo where you don’t know where you are, but there’s something strangely comforting about it."

Lustmore is being launched on 3rd April with a party at Rich Mix in London.

• We talked to Lapalux about his new album a couple of days ago – check it out.