Californian turned New Yorker Jenna Kyle is here to set your mood right. The singer-songwriter has a style that blends electronic flourishes with R&B sensibilities, which makes for dream pop with a danceable backbone.

Her latest track 'Summer With You' - which we're premiering today - has a Californian brightness to it all. It's not glittery but it does shimmer.

I caught up with Jenna Kyle to get to know her a little better and discuss her new single. So, while you listen and get your mood back on the right path, get to know Jenna Kyle a little better. You're going to be hearing her a lot more from her in the near future.

Growing up, what bands/artists stuck with you? Do you think being from California affected that?

Growing up I fell in love with great jazz singers - Etta James, Nina Simone - but I also listened to Sublime and Radiohead. Being from California absolutely affected the music I listened to - Slightly Stoopid, Mac Dre. Most of my favourite memories - especially summertime, driving around with the windows down - are all infused with music.

You are currently in NYC. How has that affected the partnerships and collaborations you've had in the electronic music scene?

I've been living in NYC for 8 years now, and I've met some of my best friends and collaborators out here. I think the vibrant night life is unique and allows for a bit of edge. People are doing really artistic and unique things and differentiating themselves.

'Summer With You' was written in California. Do you find physical location helps or hinders your writing process?

I am very affected by my surroundings. Being somewhere new usually leads to new results - for painters they might do this by switching from acrylic to watercolour - the time it takes to dry changes the process entirely. I might do that with a new keyboard or plugin, or new surroundings with new collaborators. I think a lot of people are like me, when they're about to have a break through things get a little shaky and they want to reach for something familiar, so removing a stable environment can push you into a new mindset.

What is your favourite part of the songwriting process?

It's different for each song; but, with 'Summer With You', I enjoyed collaborating with Wes [Wes James of Le Youth] and fusing our ideas. In general, once the stream-of-consciousness-style lyrics get pared down and develop a melody that feels right, things get exciting.

As you keep growing and gaining success, who is one producer/ artist you really hope to collaborate with?

Just one? I'd love to try something out with Bob Moses. It would also be a dream to collaborate with Bonobo.