The LA producer's new offering is destined for dancefloors: synth sparkles, throbbing beats, and basslines congeal into a woozy brew beneath hacked-up vocal samples and Elohim's own 24-carat voice.

The new track follows last month's "Eclipse", Whethan collab "Sleepy Eyes", April's "Skinny Legs", January's ace collab with Louis The Child, dazzling one-off "Hallucinating", and last year's self-titled debut EP (which contains hits such as "She Talks Too Much", "Bridge And The Wall", "Xanax", "Sensations", "Pigments", and Casey Veggies team up "All That Gold"). Elohim also recently unveiled her AV project Don't Feed The Baby Tigers.

Elohim's new single tops the inaugural edition of our new weekly pop-centric column Pop Never Dies (But You Will). Check it out now.