The sultry new track arrived Thursday with an accompanying video directed by Anita Fontaine, which perfectly visualizes the song's story of two lovers in limbo trying to carve out a familiar and comforting dynamic while in a time of transition.
"I wrote 'Someone' about a relationship that had arrived at an in-between place characterized by a string of escapist dinners [and] love making rendezvous at my apartment," says Garzón-Montano. "On one such occasion—the final encounter—my ex asked for some head and then dipped immediately afterward. It added to my heartbreak—a strange blend of resentment and admiration that I felt the need to elaborate on in order to leave my lol mark on the canon of desperate so called R&B ballads."
The song is tragic but somehow buoyant, with a funky, almost nostalgic undercurrent. And while its inspiration is one of heartache, the song is so undeniably glowing and endearing.
Watch the video for "Someone" below.