Hemsworth debuted his first Quarter-Life Crisis track "Postcard from Spain" last month, which saw him team up with Frances Quinlan.

Today (22 October) Hemsworth has unveiled the second single "Waterfall", which sees him unite with Charlie Martin of Hovvdy.

According to Stereogum, Martin said of the track, "Ryan doesn’t know it but this was my first experience writing to someone else’s music. I’m a big fan of his previous work; and it was really exciting to hear him sort of meeting me in the middle style-wise. There are so many hidden gems in the production. :yrically it explores a parallel i’ve been feeling lately: the difficulty of understanding and feeling understood and how sometimes that struggle almost mirrors the state of the planet. It’s like a downward spiraling feedback loop where any optimism feels like a triumph."

Speaking about his new project, Hemsworth says, "This project has me in the process of going back to when I was a kid when I'd sit down and play guitar for hours and come up with melodies and chords by just messing around. It's something I've been wanting to do for ages. Quarter-Life Crisis is just another way for me to work with artists whose music I really enjoy and listen to all the time."

"Waterfall" featuring Hovvdy's Charlie Martin is out now. Ryan Hemsworth/Quarter-Life Crisis' Quarter-Life Crisis EP will be released via Saddle Creek on 4 December, and is available to pre-order now.