Hot on the heels of last year's self-titled EP, the Toronto-based singer is back with another portion of slickly-produced pop in the shape of "September Fades".
Yet, where "Tease" was a sumptuous 80s summer of a song that is steeped in bright colours and flirty playful expressions, her new song is a rather more cooling affair. Its slightly more relaxed tempo and dusky synths are reminiscent of walking through a smokey room with a glass of whiskey in the early hours once the party has died down.
The interweaving guitar riffs and stubbornly catchy refrains are all caramel smooth and show another shade to RALPH's ever expanding collection of pure pop wonders.
The video plays up the laid-back disco elements of the track, as it follows different characters at a surreal house party and further demonstates that if "Tease" was the party, then "September Fades" is definitely the members-only afterparty.