Kevin Parker has yet to announce a follow-up to 2015’s Currents, but Tame Impala fans have had reasons to be excited as of late. They were announced as headliners for this summer’s Pitchfork Music Festival in Chicago. Now, Parker and producer Steven Zhu (a.k.a. ZHU) have come together for a track: ‘My Life’.

Those anticipating an Innerspeaker, Lonerism or even Currents retread might be disappointed. While ZHU’s production does recall some of the moody disco of Parker’s last album, this is more of a focused house track than an exuberant chameleon of a track like ‘Let It Happen.’ Light synths, thumping drums, thick bass and Parker’s processed vocals telling you to not tell him how to be, match well with the provided video of a car driving down a seamlessly-endless road, crossing the double yellow line in sheer defiance of traffic laws. We get some emotive horns in the midsection and an impressive earworm of a track on a whole. It might not be full of surprises, but it is full of pleasures.