Image via Klyne on Facebook

Image via Klyne on Facebook

“Entropy”—Klyne’s first release since their popular second single, “Paralyzed”—continues the duo’s use of island drums and poetic lyrics. The FADER-premiered record’s tropical chimes and synthesized bass give it a nod-inducing groove, with some guitar riffs for good measure. It’s a suitable follow-up that is more fluid than entropic.

According to FADER, the track was created last summer and was intentionally mixed poorly to reflect its title.

Listen to the song below. You can preorder “Entropy” and “Paralyzed” on iTunes; both drop as a two-part package August 7.