"One More Time" is the fourth taster of Bedouine's forthcoming record, after "Echo Park", "When You're Gone", and "Bird".

Speaking about the new single, Azniv Korkejian, aka Bedouine, says, ""One More Time" contemplates the difference between being with someone versus being alone; Whether a partnership should greatly change your life or allow you to continue carving independent paths. Khalil Gibran famously says lovers should be like two pillars holding up the same temple yet out from each other’s shadow. The song contemplates that in a cyclical relationship."

Bird Songs of a Killjoy follows on from her self-titled 2017 debut record, and sees her reunite with producer Gus Seyffert. Expanding on the new album, Bedouine explains, "It's called Bird Songs of a Killjoy, and I'm the killjoy. Dare I say – a difficult woman. I'm taking ownership of that stereotype, proudly."

"One More Time" is out now. Bird Songs of a Killjoy lands 21 June via Spacebomb. Bedouine plays London's Queen Elizabeth Hall on 7 September. Find out more.