Alice Glass is fighting back.

Four months after releasing a statement that detailed years of alleged sexual abuse by fellow Crystal Castles member Ethan Kath, the singer has returned with a powerful new song called "Cease and Desist" that she describes as "a call to arms for all survivors."

In a public statement (seen in full below) released alongside the single, Glass says, "Being a survivor often means feeling afraid, it means sometimes feeling worthless, like you can’t go on." She adds, "This song is what I need to tell myself to get through each day."

This song is a call to arms for all survivors. But being a survivor often means feeling afraid, it means sometimes feeling worthless, like you can’t go on. We need to fight back against those who have victimized us and against the feelings that tell us to give up inside. Sometimes we think we deserve the pain others have inflicted on us. This song is what I need to tell myself to get through each day, and what I hope other survivors can remember when they feel like they can’t make it through the darkness of their own recovery. Every day is a fight.

Over a wild, gritty musical backdrop, Glass chants emotionally-charged lyrics in the direction of fellow survivors: "Promise me you're never the victim / Promise me you have to fight / Promise me you're never the victim / Promise me you have to fight back / You have to fight right now / You have to fight lies."

Glass released her self-titled debut EP in August 2017. You can watch the music video for the song "Cease and Desist" above and stream the track on Spotify below.