Solange and Chromeo are back at it again.
The singer and the pop duo have already proven to be dynamic collaborators with their upbeat disco track "When The Night Falls," and three years later, their breezy, electro-tinged slow jam "Lost On The Way" is sure to be a fan favorite.
The track is one of the highlights from the Canadian synth-pop duo's new LP White Women.
"After working with Chromeo on 'When the Night Falls' from the last album, I was super excited to get back in and work together," Solange wrote on her Saint Heron website. "They came down to Long Island to this house where I was working on my album late last summer, and they played me a few tracks. When they played the instrumental for 'Lost on the Way,' I immediately knew that was the jam."
And apparently it took no time for them to recreate the magic.
"I wrote the melodies and lyrics to my parts super fast and recorded it that night," Solange said of the collaboration. "It flowed really organically and working with [Chromeo] always feels that way."
According to Idolator, White Women is Chromeo's fourth studio album.
The complete album will be released on May 12 but is available to stream now.
The album's lead single is the Toro y Moi-assisted track "Come Alive" and features "Jealous (I Ain't With It)."
As previously reported, Solange is also working on an album slated to be released in the fall. This will be her first full-length release since 2008's Sol-Angel and the Hadley St Dreams.
Listen to White Women over at iTunes radio now and check out "Lost On The Way" below.