"Align" is the second track featured on Ruiner, and arrives after previous singles "Feeling Fancy" and "Ruiner".

Speaking to The FADER, Wilsen vocalist Tasmin Wilson says of the new offering, ""Align" is about the weight and occasional jolting effect of eye contact. That rare experience when connecting eyes throws you into a narrative. The song was arranged with drummer Gabe Smith who helped us trim the excess and stabilize dynamics. His involvement was crucial in our record-making process. We tracked the basics at Douglass Recordings and Johnny’s guitar overdubs at Black Lodge studio, using the original bedroom demo vocal percussion to kick off the song."

Ruiner will be Wilsen's first album since 2017's I Go Missing In My Sleep, and is produced by Andrew Sarlo (Bon Iver, Big Thief), and mastered by Sarah Register (Ariana Grande, Protomartyr).

Vocalist Tasmin Wilson says of their forthcoming LP, "Making this record was somewhat of a coming of age process. We're getting older and becoming more deliberate, less precious, less measured. Overthinking less and trusting instincts more."

"Align" is out now. Wilsen's Ruiner album lands Friday (21 February) via Secret City / Dalliance, and is available to pre-order now. They play The Lexington in London on 8 October. Tickets go on sale Friday (21 February) from 10am GMT.