Wendy Bevan is an LA-based artist who fuses cold wave-inspired electronics with ethereal songwriting. Her debut album, Rose and Thorn—released late 2016 on !K7/Kwaidan—weaves vivid sonic tales full of haunting vocal work, driving basslines, and Bevan’s own “broken, psychic odysseys and hallucinations.” Upon release, the album, which also features live strings from the Balanescu Quartet, received praise from publications such as Spin and Love is Pop, and a number one slot in the European alternative chart in 2016 for album cut “Love From the Moon.”

Bevan’s latest outing, a standalone single titled “Falling,” is being offered as today’s XLR8R download in the lead up to an official release on Unknown Pleasures Records in June. Produced and mastered by Robert Harder, “Falling” is an entrancing slice of left-field pop driven by Bevan’s gothic storytelling and moody aesthetic.

“Falling” can be grabbed via WeTransfer below.

You can follow Wendy Bevan on Instagram here or via her website.