dd elle’s last song, “Kind 2 U” was a fragmented, scatterbrained, intriguing song that drew comparisons to everyone from SOPHIE to Jai Paul to┬áKarin Dreijer Andersson of The Knife. “Love Me Only” is a little more focused and refined, but without losing any of that weird creative energy, with fragments of what once was a pop song floating along through a technicolor Atlantis.

Listen to the glimmering “Love Me Only” below.