Meg Remy's 2015 album as U.S. Girls, Half Free, was a deceptively political album about feminism, delivered in irresistible pop productions. Today she returns with 'Mad As Hell', which is more direct about its intentions, but is no less glorious in its shimmering production, built on tropical percussion, galloping bass, shining synths and of course Remy's brilliant banshee-like voice.

Accompanying the track is a video, co-directed by Remy and Emily Pelstring. It cuts together military imagery, with Remy dancing irreverently in sync. Watch and listen to 'Mad As Hell' below.