Later this months, idiosyncratic Brooklyn pop greats Chairlift will release Moth, their third album and their first since 2012’s Something. We’ve seen the videos for their impressive early singles “Ch-Ching” and “Romeo,” and now they’ve shared a third song called “Crying In Public.” It’s a lush, warm, twitchy tune with a whole lot going on, both melodically and production-wise. It’s honestly possible that Caroline Polachek’s voice has never sounded better than it does on this song; she’s sad and wistful and playful and powerful all at once. Listen to the track below.
Moth is out 1/22 on Columbia.