Wow wow wowwww, 'No Way Out' is quite something. A seven-minute-long sonata with bristling dusty drumming, sweeps of sun-melted guitar, fearsome bass groove and crisp crooning-yelp vocals swathed in cavernous reverb. If you're a Warpaint fan, you'll know this song from their live sets (and also from when they shared a shorter version of it last month) – this is the newly done full-length recorded version.

On the other hand 'I'll Start Believing' is entirely new. Shot with a dishevelled slapdash melodic hook, it's an alternative soundtrack to blinding bright days on west coast beaches, fuzzy bass carving a solid groove beneath the darkly sunny surface, the whole thing breaking into less upbeat, more typically Warpaint ground towards the end with twilit guitars twinkling and the beat changing its pattern to something more stuttering, respecting the space between sounds rather than filling them.

Listen below. And below that, check out the teaser posted on Warpaint's Instagram. Before you do though, check out this super brief Q&A with Warpaint's Theresa Wayman:

What's the inspiration/idea behind the track?
A ubiquitous scenario that has haunted more people than I can count.

Is there any particular time or place in the universe where it'd sound best?
In the future, 20, maybe 30 years when warpaint does a comeback reunion tour.

How do you hope or imagine people will react to it? 
I sit on the toilet and read the backs of the shampoo bottles.

Sissy swayin' to our new song...

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