Perth-born songstress Grace (previously known as Grace Woodroofe) has released her moody new track ‘Pluto‘ taken from her upcoming album of the same name.

Debuted on Fader, the dramatic new single boast a subtle, yet menacing backing beat, complemented by Grace’s ethereal vocals and visceral lyrics. Produced by TV on the Radio’s Dave Sitek, the track sees Grace croon melancholically about biblical-esque fables of introspection and fighting primal instincts of temptation a la The Garden of Eden. Grace delivers with intimacy and rawness – a voice that soars over the pulsing synths and stuttering drums that erupt in the emotive chorus.

Recently supporting alt-j on the band’s headline tour of Australia during October, ‘Pluto’ is the first look at the type of music Grace has been making with Sitek, Sam Spiegel (Yeah Yeah Yeahs) and Dann Hume (Alpine) as she prepares to unleash her own new image and sound on a global scale. Coupled with skin crawlingly-good album artwork, Pluto is set to make big waves for Grace when its released officially tomorrow.

Pluto is out on October 17 via Liberation Music.