It's a breathy piece of synthpop with lunging synths and late-night funk keys; robotic synths whirr enough to make St. Vincent jealous. It serpentines through the worlds of straight-up pop and sultry industrial malice, never quite lingering long enough to be either fully, with simple lyrics swirling around like a room spinning after one too many drinks - try and focus, and you'll keel over.

Speaking about the cut, Kubalove said: "It’s about needing to get a little screwed up sometimes, because chaos tastes good..."

"Trouble" follows 2014's lauded offerings "Dangerous" and "All I Want".

Stream "Trouble" below.