"Breton Stripe" is the fifth single to be lifted from Tomorrow Again, after previous outings "For My Love", "Wake Me", "Rock Pools" and Badly Drawn Boy collaboration "The Place I Want To Be".

She says of her latest release, "I wrote "Breton Stripe" at a time when I was coming to terms with motherhood and realising that a lot of my preconceptions were based upon myth. The Breton striped top, in my mind, became the symbolic uniform of the new mum, a bit sad and shapeless. Conservative. Conforming. Whilst sitting in a song circle at a 'stay and play', sustained only by caffeine and biscuits, I would imagine myself fully losing it and smashing some shit up. Now with hindsight I realise I wasn’t the only one. This song represents my rebirth as a mother on my own terms."

Tomorrow Again will be Saint Saviour's first album since 2014's In The Seams, and will also feature a new collaboration with Bill Ryder-Jones.

"Breton Stripe" is out now. Saint Saviour's For Tomorrow album will be released 4 September, and is available to pre-order now.