After following up their Weird Years: Season 1 EP with "Not In The Mood" last month, Fickle Friends have treated fans to a second taster of their new EP, in the form of "Cosmic Coming of Age".

Lead singer Natti Shiner says of the new cut, ""Cosmic Coming of Age" is about that transitional period in life where everything seems to fall apart, a kind of quarter life crisis. One moment you have everything together, the next it feels like you have to start life from scratch. In horoscope astrology this is seen as the time of reaching full adulthood, and man does the universe make you work for it! This song is full of lyrical visuals and is best heard on your car stereo, driving into a sunset."

The group's forthcoming EP is inspired by Shiner's experiences during the coronavirus pandemic, and her fascination for Saturn Return, an astrological event which is thought to spark a quarter-life crisis.

All the Weird Years releases are due to be combined into a full album project due for release later this year.

"Cosmic Coming of Age" is out now. Fickle Friends' Weird Years: Season 2 EP will be released 7 May, and is available to pre-order now.