White China is a new project from Gianluca Buccellati, his brother Sanj, and Aaron Bernards. Being a relatively new band, White China's music has been a bit hard to pin down, but one writer has described it as "boujee cowboy music." If that isn't enough to peak your curiosity, I don't know what is. But as White China preps the release of its debut LP, /, which is set to come out later this year, they've dropped an entrancing, hazily beautiful new single, 'Freak Dreams.'

With a foundation largely constructed from rubbery synths and an 80s-style drum machine, 'Freak Dreams' rides in on a light, breezy sound and billows delicately thanks to Buccellati's airy vocals. Like many homespun recordings, the track is warm and crackles with life. But for something that has a DIY feel -- Buccellati, himself, says he wrote and recorded most of the album in his Brooklyn apartment -- the production is also layered and rich.

Lyrically, Buccellati grapples with those late evenings where you and your friends, or even a special someone, need to decide if its time to pack it in for the night.

"'Freak Dreams' was written during a phase where I was staying out late," says Buccellati. "I would see the sunrise frequently. The lyrics mimic conversation through eye contact where you’re asking, 'Are we going to keep this up, or is it time to go home?' I think everyone has those moments."

You can stream White China's 'Freak Dreams' below, and be sure to look out for the project's debut LP later this year.