From the moment the first dark, twisted, synthy beat (think Tron, Daft Punk influences) of 'Bones' drops, you'll instantly want to start slithering about like a hypnotic dance-floor creature intent on slow-dancing into oblivion.
Then the vocals drop and it's like '80s Gothic pop married to Scandinavian electro, synth-wave that's inviting you to the dark side with its ominous, foreboding basslines.
Welcome to the self-described 'nightmarish composite' of three electronica enchantresses from Melbourne: Akaysha Rose (Ok Sure), Sal White (Osopho) and Hannah Millar (Hai Priestess).
As Queens Of Club they embody the mood, mayhem and melodrama of gothic electronica interspersed with themes of pagan sacrifice.
"Bones was originally a song I wrote for an album called 'Centaur' back in 2015 that never saw the light of day," Akaysha says.
"After swapping songs with Sal and Hannah that I thought might have Queens Of Club potential, we came up with some new hooks and lyrics for it."
Ahead of the song's release tomorrow, scenestr is stoked to premiere 'Bones' today. Enjoy.
"It's inspiration is really quite sexual," adds Akaysha, "from biting and being totally entwined with someone, offering up your flesh and your blood.
"It's pretty vampirish. We listened to 'Fresh Blood' by Eels a lot, which was used as a closing credits song from 'True Blood'."