Singer-songwriter Lulu James is back with a new track, "Zim Zimmer", as well as news of a new EP, Lulu James Presents 3rd Culture Kid (dropping September 20). The new project is something of a departure from the dark R&B and club electronics that she cut her teeth on, with James instead digging into her Tanzanian heritage and imbuing the project with big and bouncy drums, weighty grooves and swirling, intoxicating vocal melodies.

Co-directed by James and Inno Mafuru, the "Zim Zimmer" video shows the singer return to Tanzania to collaborate with DJ Max, Rudimental's Amir Amor, local musicians and the Masai warriors of Lucas camp in her hometown. It's a bold new direction after her work with the likes of Gorgon City and Jon Hopkins, but one we hope we'll hear a lot more of.