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On May 26, Made In Heights is set to drop their first full-length project in three years, and the lead-up has been nothing short of awesome. Last September, the Los Angeles-based duo released their upbeat pop cut "Ghosts," and followed that up with the Lindsay Lohan-approved "Panther." More recently, Made In Heights shared "Forgiveness," a record that has become a fan-favorite at shows. If you didn't know, Sabzi and Kelsey Bulkin got the choreographed dance moves on lock.

Today, Complex premieres "Slow Burn," which adds yet another groovy layer to their upcoming project. Kelsey pulls you in with her seductive vocals as she paints a picture of lust over Sabzi's colorful backdrop. "You don't try hard to impress/You got everything I need," she sings passionately on the hook. This is the type of record you play with the lights dimmed, preferably at the club or in your bedroom.

Along with sharing "Slow Burn," Made In Heights also reveal the title of their forthcoming album: Without My Enemy What Would I Do. So much truth to take away from that title.

Check out "Slow Burn" below. Without My Enemy What Would I Do will available for pre-order on iTunes starting May 5. You can catch Made In Heights at Lightning in a Bottle Festival later this month, as well as Electric Forest in June. For more information on their upcoming show dates, visit their official website.