With only one week to go before The Internet drops their new album, Hive Mind, they've hit us with a new track called "La Di Da" and it's a surefire summer banger. Stream it above.

Upbeat and soul-filled, "La Di Da" is the third offering from the upcoming 13-track album ahead of its July 20 release. The song delivers smooth vocals from Syd and Steve Lacy and guitar instrumentals. The other Hive Mind tasters from earlier in the year were “Roll (Burbank Funk)” and “Come Over.”

In May, keyboardist Matt Martians described the meaning behind the new album's title. “A hive mind is a collective ego. When people are together they have a collective mindset," he said. "When we’re together, we all have a common goal and we move in the same direction. The actual internet is a hive mind, too.”

To catch The Internet live, you can find tour dates here.

Next, here's the line-up for the Highsnobiety stage at Melt Festival 2018. 

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