OneRepublic's new single is called 'Wherever I Go' and was inspired in part by Miike Snow (yep, fine) and in part by Sigur Ros (WHAT).
We know this because frontman/only person anyone knows from OneRepublic, Ryan Tedder, has given an interview to Wonderland magazine in which he says various things.
One of those things is that the song is about "obsession, and almost an unnatural, unhealthy level of obsession."
"It doesn’t personify the entire album and I think it’s going to really surprise people, the other thing I’ll say that’s rather important is that we spent ages making sure that it was actually live," he added.
Of the influences and inspirations etc, he said:
"A lot of what intrigues me the most is some of the weirder stuff so like Sigur Ros and Miike Snow – I mean when you hear it you’ll definitely hear some of that kind of – I’ve been a long time fan of Miike Snow, so you’ll probably hear a little hint of that kind of melody."
The video was directed by Joseph Khan and is "so bizarre".
We're not sure when any of this is coming out to be honest, but if he's doing chats with Key Tastemaking Publications it can't be far off can it.