Taking heady inspiration from Animal Collective or early Future Islands and giving a nod to the late '00s when analogue synths swelled heavy alongside spacious melodies, "Crystalline" is brimming with bright ideas and determined ambition. Reverb soaked vocals wash over clipping synth with promise and confidence, the only negative is that clocking in at just under three minutes, it leaves you wishing they’d carried on a bit longer.

The band have released accompanying visuals that perfectly complement the track’s DIY creativity. Directed by DIGO Studio, two young film directors from Barcelona currently studying in London, it’s inventive, dizzying, and surprisingly hypnotic.

"Crystalline" drops via Spanish label La Castanya and the band's fourth album Today Can Flourish gets a release on 29 November, pre-order here.