Ellie Goulding teams up with Lauv in her freshly released song "Slow Grenade." The track is part of Goulding's soon-to-be-released fourth album, Brightest Blue.

Goulding and Lauve talk about the trials of moving on after getting out of a troubled relationship.

Goulding sings "Slow grenade is blowing up my mistakes, So why don't I, why don't I stop it?" in the chorus.

Lauv joins in a verse to sing with Goulding about reasons why the relationship lingers. Together, they sing, "Think that we should move on/But we're too scared of being alone."

In here Twitter, Goulding say "Thank you for allowing me to use my voice in these moments and bring out the fearlessness in my music."

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Other collaborators in the 18-song set would be Serpentwithfeet, Blackbear, Diplo, Swae Lee, and Juice WRLD.

The album Brightest Blue has two halves: "Slow Grenade" is the last track on the "EG.O" half of the album.

The July 17th release of Brightest Blue through Interscope would be the same day Ellie will perform on Good Morning America's Summer Concert series on ABC.

Listen to the song here.