Back in February we shared the news with you that K.Flay had an album coming in 2017. The album is called Every Where Is Some Where and will be out on April 7. The announcement also came with the song “Black Wave,” a strong politically charged anthem. With news of pre-orders and the cover art coming today, K.Flay has packaged news with music once again with the release of new track “High Enough.”

The song is decidedly lighter fare than “Black Wave,” centered around K.Flay’s infatuation with another person. The song is built on a mostly repeating loop that allows the wordplay to be the star of the show. K.Flay explains that she no longer needs any outside stimulants, since the subject of the song has her “already high enough.” Listen to the track now:

The cover art for Every Where Is Some Where–which we’ve included below–contains a working telephone number for fans to call. Once dialed, a pre-recorded message from K.Flay begins. The line has multiple options you can select, from listening to the thought behind “High Enough,” details on the album, and an option to leave the singer a message. Pre-orders of the album have also begun. The iTunes pre-order comes with the six of the album’s twelve tracks right now, while K.Flay’s store contains physical copies, including a cool white vinyl version. No matter what format, we’re excited to hear the full album come April 7.

k.flay album cover