The Big Pink have shared “Hightimes,” their first bit of new music in three years and the first sample of an upcoming EP.

“Hightimes” will appear on the London-based electro-pop outfit’s forthcoming Empire Underground EP. It has yet to receive a firm release date, but it’s expected early next year. Take a listen below:

The Big Pink have undergone some changes since their last full-length in 2012. Founding member Milo Cordell parted ways with the band in 2013, but while they have been relatively quiet in recent memory, the U.K. outfit promises a busy 2016. Empire Underground is due out at the beginning of the year, which in turn will be followed by the band’s third LP -- featuring collaborations with Miike Snow’s Andrew Wyatt and the Gossip’s Beth Ditto -- later that year. They’ll launch a TBA North American tour soon thereafter.

You can pre-order the Empire Underground EP on 12” black and clear swirl vinyl right here. An iTunes digital pre-order is forthcoming. That’s the cover art below.

The Big Pink made their debut in 2009 with A Brief History of Love. Future This followed in 2012.

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