Ladyhawke returns from the musical wilderness to announce a new album

Ladyhawke returns from the musical wilderness to announce a new album

And you can watch lyric video for its first cut, A Love Song.

There was a time when Ladyhawke, riding high on the crest of indie-electro goodness that was the Modular era, was the queen of indie-dance music in Australia. Breaking out as the vocalist on PNAU's Embrace, she released her debut album featuring bangers like Paris Is Burning and My Delirium, won a bunch of awards and toured the globe. But since releasing follow-up album Anxiety in 2012, it's been pretty quiet from the Ladyhawke camp, which according her, is for a pretty simple reason: “I’ve never released anything I’m not proud of. That’s important to me. I don’t want to release anything that I have a weird feeling about.

Well she's been bunkered down working on something she is happy with, and it looks like that's gonna be a new album called Wild Things, and today she's unveiled the first track from it - A Love Song. It feels like pretty classic Ladyhawke, which funnily enough almost sounds like current CHVRCHES, and bodes well for her sliding right back into our lives. Wild Things is due June 3, cop a listen/learn the lyrics to A Love Song below while you enjoy some pretty damn colourful visuals:

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