Before she sets out on her previously mentioned UK tour, 19-year-old London producer/singer Amber Bain (The Japanese House) has debuted another delightful surprise to an already strong 2015 with the announcement of her newest EP Clean.

Bain debuted the title track for the EP, which was made with the help of producers George Daniel and Matthew Healy of The 1975, on Zane Lowe's Beats 1 radio show. "'Clean' is an apology to a friend," she mentions to The FADER "It's about the clean light a good person can shed on you once they forgive you, ridding you of your guilt and making you feel like a good person too."

The EP follows up Bain's magnetic and emotionally resonant Pools To Bathe In, making its mark as one of early 2015's best new efforts. The new EP is set to arrive November 6th on Dirty Hit Records.

Watch the video for 'Clean' below, which was filmed during Bain's travels.