Alice Glass has released a new single called “Without Love.” The former Crystal Castles frontwoman announced the new song via social media on Wednesday, featuring additional writing and production by HEALTH’s Jupiter Keyes.

Glass has embarked on a solo career since she left Crystal Castles in October 2014, alleging her former bandmate Ethan Kath was manipulative. Earlier this year, the artist discussed her forthcoming solo album in an interview with Thump. “I knew how I wanted things to sound early on, sinister and sweet, but it's evolved now,” she said. “Some songs sound more like being eaten by fire ants and some songs are like being slowly consumed by a snake.”

When she was asked about the most surprising thing about her new music, she replied, “That you can hear my voice clearly.” “Without Love” follows her last solo single “Stillbirth” released in 2015, which you can revisit below.

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