Having made his debut last year with "Unravel", Warhola continues down the solo path with "Lady" (he's also a member of Belgian band Bazart), a strangely ominous piece of electronic pop. Though led by sharp bursts of brass, "Lady" is predominantly an electronica-led track, over which he layers his soulful crooning. It's a sparse production, letting the plodding brass build before the chorus erupts each time with almost industrial percussion. And as the track progresses, the density of the production only increases, leading to a climactic final act. Taken from Warhola's self-titled debut EP (out Mar. 25), "Lady" is classic pop melodrama played out over frosty and emotionally-charged synth music. Listen to it exclusively below.