"Brad Pitt" and "Goosebumps" follow 's July single "Kindness", which will also appear on Motordrome alongside May's "Live To Survive".

MØ says of the new outings, "Both songs are, in each their way, about remembering who you are. Remember that you can shine? Remember there’s a chance of breaking out of the prison that is your mind? To actively move your body out of the loop and into the world."

Motordrome will be MØ's third album, following 2018's Forever Neverland.

The new album features contributions from the likes of Caroline Ailin (Dua Lipa, Katy Perry, Ellie Goulding), Noonie Bao (Halsey, Charli XCX, Carly Rae Jepsen), Ariel Rechtshaid (Haim, Vampire Weekend, Adele), Jam City (Olivia Rodrigo, Troye Sivan), S.G. Lewis (Dua Lipa), Linus Wiklund and Yangze.

Of the new record, MØ adds, "I hope that people will feel that it's genuine and that there are stories there that they can connect with. For me this album represents a huge change in my life. Even though I'm still doing what I love doing, it does feel like a new chapter. An era of my life is over and I’m entering a new one. That is scary, but it’s freeing."

"Brad Pitt" and "Goosebumps" are both out now. MØ's Motordrome album will followon 28 January 2022 via RCA Records. She'll play London's Heaven on 15 February 2022. Tickets go on general sale 17 November.