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London-based trio Strong Asian Mothers have released a hazy new single called "All I Do."

The new cut, released Wednesday, finds the Variance favorites embracing a bit of their darker side while still delivering an enamoring (and somewhat humorous) listen.

"All I do is drink," the song declares repeatedly at the beginning, before the phrase is finished with "tap water from the kitchen sink." Some real rebels, you know.

According to the band, the song imagines a fictional person perhaps alone in their flat and "half losing their marbles" while being haunted and "having an excess of odd energy in them, of time passing by (badly spent), and, of course, taking regular trips to the kitchen sink for top ups from that tap."

The new song comes as they're promising plenty of additional material. Hear "All I Do" below.