We’ve already heard “Fallout” and “Polish Girl,” and now here’s another track from Neon Indian’s new album Era Extraña. It’s a bright, fuzzy bit of guitar-pop without too much of the decayed-synth squiggle that’s become one of the group’s trademarks. Actually, the track might be the clearest example we’ve yet heard of frontman Alan Palomo’s glam-rock influence. Heard in a certain light, the track could’ve come from the further-out edges of Britpop’s first wave. Listen below.