Tame Impala has shared another new single set to appear on the band’s forthcoming, The Slow Rush, the follow-up studio album to 2015’s Currents.

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The new recording titled, “It Might Be Time”, arrived onto streaming platforms on Monday just a few days after Kevin Parker and company confirmed the artwork and title for the Australian psych-rock band’s forthcoming album late last week. The lively new single is driven by a mix of shining synths and a relaxed rhythm section as Parker sings out the lyrics in his trademark vocal style. While the song certainly focuses on keys and synths rather than guitar, the music gradually reaches an electro-industrial peak towards the middle and end sections.

Listen to the new “It Might Be Time” below.

Tame Impala – “It Might Be Time” 

[Video: Tame Impala]

Parker also shared a statement to go with the song’s arrival on Monday.

“Hey everyone sorry i’ve been a bit quiet for the last 4 billion years and sorry it’s all been a bit weird this year, there are all sorts of excuses i could serve you but it basically all comes down to me hating the idea of giving you anything that isn’t the best my entire heart and soul and brain can give,” the Australian producer said via his Instagram. “I’m so f*cking relieved the day has finally come that i can give you a date, I guess you are too… And i’m so excited for touring next year and beyond with a new show and new album of songs and yes we’ll come to peru and yes we’ll come to brazil and wherever you live in the world because that’s all i want to do for the rest of my life. I’ll be waiting anxiously with you until feb 14 2020, in the meantime enjoy this quirky new song about your own inner paranoid thoughts telling you you’ve lost your mojo, and whose drum sound took me about 1 of those 4 billion years. love you all”

“It Might Be Time” marks the third single to appear on The Slow Rush when the band’s studio album arrives in February following the previously-released “Borderline” and “Patience“. The band recently wrapped their run of North American fall tour dates, but have no concerts planned in the coming months. Head to Tame Impala’s website to keep up with new updates.