Last month Matthew Dear returned with news of his first album in six years Bunny.

Today the musician shares glitchy cut "Horses" featuring Tegan and Sara, their first collaboration since 2017's "Bad Ones".

Speaking about the new track, Matthew Dear explains, "There was a small gallery on Crosby Street in Soho with beautiful large photographs of the wild Sable Island Horses. One photograph in particular was of a horse affectionately biting another, both of their sun-drenched manes flowing wildly in the ocean air. My wife and I passed the window many times over the years and would always say, "that's us." Majestic animals, fitting our definition of love. Unpredictable paths with choices made together and other times miles apart. Above all else, we wanted to be those two horses, eternally connected at the end of it all. The song is as deep of an homage to love as I've written. I probably won't write another like this one. It took years to finish. Thank you to Tegan and Sara for helping realize the vision, and to Greg Ahee (Protomartyr) for stripping it all away and reminding me of the simplicity. This one means a lot."

On their collaboration, Sara Quin says, "I love being in Matthew's music brain and leaving little ideas of my own wherever it makes sense. His songs sometimes feel abstract, like puzzles that I can't stop listening to. It continues to be a great privilege and honor for us to collaborate with him."

"Horses" follows on from "Bunny's Dream" and "Echo", both of which were revealed alongside his new album announcement.

Bunny will arrive six years after his last album Beams.

Last month he explained how he came to name his forthcoming record, "Why Bunny? Fundamentally, I love the way the word looks and sounds. I love the way it rolls off the mind and onto the tongue. It’s a funny thing too. Bunnies are cute. Bunnies are weird. They’re soft. They’re sexy. They’re lucky. They wildly procreate. They trick hunters, but get tricked by turtles. They lead you down holes. They adorn the headboards of children’s beds, lined up meticulously just as mom did when she was your age. Bunnies are seemingly with us from birth, and probably skitter past on our way out the big door. ‘Viste al conejito papá?’ ‘Sí, fue una buena sopa!’ Good one pops.”

"Horses" is available now. Bunny is out 12 October via Ghostly International.