Over the past few years, much of Honduran-Canadian singer Daniela Andrade's time has been spent collaborating with the likes of Ryan Hemsworth, Swim Good and Bon Iver's Sean Carey, but now she's returning to her solo work with new single "Wet Dreams".

Taken from her upcoming EP, Tamale (which drops later this year), "Wet Dreams" is guided forward by a luscious jazz instrumental that slinks and writhes behind Andrade's delicately sung vocals. Into that, she weaves in elements of her parents' Honduran heritage to add even more colour and vitality to the mix. Lyrically, "Wet Dreams" is about learning to deal with the lust, passion and hormones of that first adolescent crush and how long it takes to make sense of it all.

Speaking with Complex via email, Andrade explained: "'Wet Dreams' is about longing for someone you think you're not supposed to long for. I remember feeling so confused during puberty and then having these vivid dreams. A lot of things stem from that time period for me. Dissecting it and placing it in a song like this now feels really good."