"Dream Rats" is the fourth single to be lifted from No Joy's first album in five years, Motherhood, landing after previous singles "Four", "Nothing Will Hurt" and "Birthmark".

The new release sees No Joy's Jasamine White-Gluz collaborate with her sister Alissa White-Gluz, who is the lead singer of Arch Enemy.

Jasamine White-Gluz says of the new track, "I've never collaborated musically with my sister before. When we were kids we would sing and play music together but as we've both become adults and touring musicians we've never had a chance to work together. This is the heaviest song on this record so it felt fitting to have her on there. There is something special about her being on this album, specifically because it's an exploration of family and motherhood."

Motherhood is the first new No Joy LP since 2015's More Faithful, and saw White-Gluz work with co-producer Jorge Elbrecht (Ariel Pink, Sky Ferreira, Japanese Breakfast). Madeleine Campbell and former Death Cab For Cutie guitarist Chris Walla worked as engineers on the album.

"Dream Rats" featuring Alissa White-Gluz is out now. No Joy's Motherhood album arrives 21 August via Joyful Noise / Hand Drawn Dracula, and is available to pre-order now.