Interpol have dropped a new surprise track.
Titled 'Fine Mess', it follows up on last year's album 'Marauder', and sees the three piece in rattling good form.
Frontman Paul Banks describes the song as being about "a sanguine and starry pair, buoyed and dashed alike by their own dreams and appetites".
We presume he doesn't mean the kind of thing that can be sorted down at your local 'spoons' Curry Club.
Interpol recently announced both Leeds and Brighton shows for this June, sparking rumours they may be playing Glastonbury 2019. Before that, they'll be over to play alongside The Strokes at All Points East in May.
You can check out 'Fine Mess' below.