"Soledad", which is the Spanish word for solitude, is an angelic and near-religious ode to the state of being alone.

Layered, plucky guitars open the track before Pärnoja commences his angelic, harmony-driven vocals. He sings to the state of solitude, asking it "to take me down" in a calm, ritual-like manner.

The track's instrumentals slowly build throughout, adding intensity with each verse, before unleashing a sea of different harmonies at the chorus, creating a chaotic blend of pitches which is contrasted with the minimal visual (directed by Kärt Hammer) that shows dancer Edgar Vunš living in his own solitude.

Erki Pärnoja's "Soledad" single is out now alongside his new album Leva.