Sky Ferreira has been teasing and working on her second studio album Masochism all throughout 2015, as well as the year before. In May, news of a new song and short film was announced but was eventually delayed due to scheduling conflicts and health issues, even joking that "it wouldn't be a release from me if it wasn't delayed." 'Guardian' was set to be the first single from the album, however, according to a post on Instagram, it looks like things have been delayed yet again stating: "I refuse to put out something that isn't honest. It's not something that I can force out."

Masochism is the highly anticipated follow-up to 2013's critically acclaimed and somewhat controversial debut Night Time, My Time. You can see the full posthere and read an excerpt below.

"I also know I've been really vague about my music so I appreciate the patience from some of you. I've been working on it the whole time & in 2016 you will hear it. I refuse to put out something that isn't honest. It's not something that I can force out. If I was to do it any sooner I either would have been compromising myself & anyone listening. I would have had to put out music that wasn't true or a message I would not want to put out into the universe. As personal as my music is...the thing that lasts longer than I ever will is my actual "work". I get the rare opportunity to have people listen & connect to it. I personally think with that comes a responsibility of making something that's still true to me but still can somehow make someone feel better or less lonely. I can't do that lying through my teeth. Needs to be the pretty/ugly/everything/nothing."