The track follows Kelela's Hallucinogen EP which came in 2015. It's described in a press release as "a battle cry for independent women... [which] flips the heteronormative construct that women want to settle down."

Kelela's album news follows a bout of teasing and a letter posted to her "ride-or-dies" on Twitter:

Kelela's already been fairly busy this year, performing at major fests, playing with The xx, and collaborating with Gorillaz.


  1. Frontline
  2. Waitin
  3. Take Me Apart
  4. Enough
  5. Jupiter
  6. Better
  7. LMK
  8. Truth Or Dare
  9. S.O.S.
  10. Blue Light
  11. Onanon
  12. Turn To Dust
  13. Bluff
  14. Altadena
Take Me Apart is out 6 October via Warp.