A little more than a week before she unleashes her first album on the world, Psychic Twin has unveiled a new, dreamy gem of a single.

'Stop In Time' swirls with atmospheric angst for nearly a minute-and-a-half before pitch-perfect modulation turns the song into a propulsive nugget of high-minded pop. Twists and turns along the way keep the song from ever becoming pure nostalgia service, as Psychic Twin (also known as Erin Fein) has clearly developed a voice strong enough to stand all on her own.

This track is the latest teaser from the pop singer, who counts the avant pop of The Cocteau Twins, Siousxie and the Banshees and Annie Lennox amongst her inspirations.

"I wrote 'Stop In Time' while wrestling with a lot of deep personal issues," says Fein. "I remember I was thinking a lot about how love can simultaneously cause so much joy and also such great pain. There were moments where everything was pristine, and I wanted so badly to be able to freeze time and hold onto the parts that were beautiful. Ultimately, of course, I knew I couldn't stop time, and so I imagined letting my heart unravel as if it were a ball of yarn. I guess I was beginning to give up, or trying to let go."

Psychic Twin's Strange Diary is due out on Sept. 9 via Polyvinyl. It sure seems like it will be worth a listen.