"Rings (On A Tree)" follows on from last month's lead single "Windows".

Vocalist Greta Kline expands on the track, describing it as "a fictional tale of a breakup from the point of view of a mistress. After I wrote it I realized what it meant to me - even though I've never been a mistress, I related to the character from being in a relationship where my feelings weren't prioritized. I originally wrote it just on piano and released the solo version that way. The band version really takes it somewhere else and felt very collaborative. I love everyone's parts. Alex wrote the funky guitar part I play in the middle section, based on an idea Luke and Lauren verbalized."

Frankie Cosmos' Close It Quietly record is their first since last year's Vessel, and was recorded at Brooklyn’s Figure 8 Studios with co-producer Gabe Wax.

"Rings (On A Tree)" is out now. Close It Quietly drops on 6 September via Sub Pop. Frankie Cosmos play London's Islington Assembly Hall on 22 October. Find out more.