"Count On You", which is co-produced by Banoffee, SOPHIE, and Yves Rothman, arrives after last year's Empress Of collaboration "Tennis Fan".

The new offering arrives with a visual co-directed by Will McDowell and Banoffee, which is loosely based on The Parent Trap.

Expanding on the video, Banoffee says, "Loosely themed around the Lindsay [Lohan] version of Parent Trap, this video aims to take some heavy subjects and speak about them in a light hearted yet eerie way. Working out this balance was probably the hardest part, although falling into a frog and slug-infested, manky ass pond rivals it for first place. There was a lot of sweat, dirt and laughter involved in the making of this clip and it was a thrill to make. My co-director Will McDowell and I had a pretty ambitious vision for the budget we had, and the lead up was just as hectic as our one shoot day. Training for the fencing scenes and practicing fencing-inspired choreography was so much fun, and like all my videos, I was so happy to be showcasing friends and their skills through my work."

Banoffee's debut album Look At Us Now Dad will feature other collaborations with Cupcakke, and Umru, and is co-produced by Banoffee and Yves Rothman.

The LP was written after Banoffee relocated to LA from Melbourne. She says of the record, "Each track is about a struggle and achievement that anyone could experience, the ones that seem so trivial. We’re all survivors for one reason or another."

"Count On You" is out now. Banoffee's Look At Us Now Dad album lands 21 February via Cascine / Dot Dash, and is available to pre-order now.