Zoe Prinds-Flash

It's been a while since we've heard from POLIÇA, but that changes today.

The band, led by singer Channy Leaneagh, on Wednesday released a moody new single titled "Driving," a glimpse of their new album When We Stay Alive, which is coming Jan. 31 via Memphis Industries. They've also shared a Boyz Noise co-produced cut "trash in bed," which is a standalone release aside from the album itself.

The new record was recorded after Leaneagh fell off her roof early last year and was bedridden for months. "Laying in bed, as I healed, I would dream of running in green grass and tears would pour from my eyes,” recalls Leaneagh. “Running in the tall tear grass; imagine wanting life and the want remains. That is a feeling to hold onto, that life is worth living even when all signs point no.”

"Driving" follows POLIÇA's 2018 joint project with s t a r g a z e called Music for the Long Emergency. Their last full-length was 2016's United Crushers.

Hear "Driving" below.