"Pigments" follows the outstanding "She Talks Too Much", "Xanax", and "Bridge And The Wall".

It's a swirling melee of swoopy synths and hypnagogic vox that blurs the line between dance music and lethargic electro. There's a funktacular jazz piano solo lobbed into the heady mix as well - Elohim's continually been a source of surprise in recent months, and with "Pigments", she proves that she's not set to change any time soon, thank god.

The track will be released with "Bridge And The Wall" as her second AA-side release. It's out on limited edition white vinyl on 15 January via B3SCI.

Stream "Pigments" below.