"My Own Dance" lands after last month's lead single "Raising Hell".

When announcing the single last night (20 November), Kesha revealed on Twitter that it's a "mission statement from the forthcoming record". After sharing the video today, Kesha wrote, "it’s about a magical place and having the munchies and cloning."

At a live event in LA last month, Kesha performed new banger "Tonight".

Kesha's High Road album will follow on from 2017's Rainbow, and will feature contributions from John Hill, Dan Reynolds, Stuart Crichton, Jeff Bhasker, Drew Pearson, Nate Ruess, Justin Tranter, Stint, Wrabel, Pebe Sebert, Sturgill Simpson and Brian Wilson.

At an album playback in October, Kesha said her song with Brian Wilson and Sturgill Simpson is "the most exciting collaboration" that she's ever done.

"My Own Dance" is out now. Kesha's High Road album drops 10 January 2020 via Kemosabe/RCA.