"Prim & Propa" arrives after March's "Electric Girl", and is accompanied by details of a new EP of the same name, which will follow last year's The Butterfly Club EP.

Connie Constance says of the new Karma Kid-produced song, "This song is about owning community culture, family and friendship. It’s about looking at that big white house and the perfect grass and saying ‘Yeah, nah, not for me, mate - not without my people enjoying it with me’. It’s an anthem for everyone that feels betrayed and let down by this country. It’s for the single parents, the people that work their arses off every single day and can barely get their head above water. It’s a reminder that we’ve got what’s important right here with us: ‘When you want more then look around, if you’ve got love you know you’re good / Cause when the grass is greener, the people are meaner'."

She adds of the EP, "This EP is really a safe space to feel good, to be pissed off, to harness the future and to be - or not to be - Prim and Propa."

"Prim & Propa" is out now. Connie Constance's EP of the same name is yet to get a release date. She'll play London's Oslo on 28 September.