With their long-awaited new album due out later this year, First Aid Kit have now dropped the next cut to be lifted from their forthcoming full-length.
The new single 'Out Of My Head' comes accompanied by a brilliant new video, directed by Jason Lester, and follows on from the previously shared track 'Angel' in previewing their fifth LP 'Palomino', which is out on the 4th November via Columbia Records.
Speaking about the new offering, they said, "We wrote this song last year together with songwriter and producer Björn Yttling. It was the first time we wrote for First Aid Kit with someone else and it was very inspiring. The song was written in the spur of the moment, almost like a stream of consciousness. It's about feeling stuck inside your own thoughts and desperately wanting to escape. We produced the song with Daniel Bengtson in Stockholm. It has a bit of a different sound from our previous songs. We wanted the production to feel like an old rock song from the 80s. We were inspired by Fleetwood Mac, Kate Bush and Tom Petty. This is one of our favourite songs we've ever written, we're so proud of it and are so excited to finally get to share it."
Check out the new video for 'Out Of My Head' in the player below.