Halifax trio The Orielles have been stirring up a lot of buzz in the past year with a string of instantly lovable psych-rock singles, which have caught the attention of legendary label Heavenly Recordings, who will be releasing the youngsters' debut album Silver Dollar Moment next month.

Ahead of that comes the latest twist on their sound in the form of 'Blue Suitcase (Disco Wrist)', which finds them sticking to their echoing jangly guitars, but underpinning it with an undeniable dancefloor groove. The result is pretty much the definition of infectious. Lyrically, 'Blue Suitcase' takes in the existential thoughts and conversations that the trio were having at the winding down of summer last year. They explain further:

"Blue Suitcase is a track that was mostly written over the last few days of summer, inspired by events, discussions and 'philosophical' musings that took place in the studio during the recording of the album. We wanted to completely let loose with the track, combining psych- garage wig outs with elements of our favourite disco and dance boogie tracks, such as Luther Davis Group's 'You Can Be A Star' and Rita Lee's 'Chega Mais'. The lyrics also fuse together an anecdotal story of spotting an unaccompanied case on a train platform, and the allegorical discussions and theories that followed. This included topics ranging from Schrodinger's Cat to James and the Giant Peach!"

After an intro like that, there's nothing left to do but sit back and enjoy 'Blue Suitcase (Disco Wrist)' below.

Silver Dollar Moment comes out through Heavenly on February 16th. Keep up with The Orielles on Facebook.