Amy Shark is back with a brand new single, “Weekends,” the follow-up to her smash “Adore.” That earlier single went gangbusters, but personally I think “Weekends” is a stronger song.

“Weekends is an extremely personal song,” Amy said in a press release. “I actually wrote the guitar part about 5 years ago which sounds crazy, but I couldn’t think of any lyrics good enough to match the guitar so I let it go for so many years, until now!”

If you like “Weekends,” make sure you pre-order her EP Night Thinker, which is set to drop on April 21. The track is yours free with purchase to tide you over to the release date.

Amy has an exciting couple of months ahead, with appearances at the Groovin the Moo festival, support slots with Milky Chance, and a North American promotional tour all scheduled. Here are all the places you can see her play in the coming months.

28 April 2017 – Groovin the Moo, Wayville
29 April 2017 – Groovin the Moo, Maitland (SOLD OUT)
30 April 2017 – Groovin the Moo, Townsville
2 May 2017 – The Tivoli, Brisbane (with Milky Chance)
3 May 2017 – Enmore Theatre, Sydney (with Milky Chance)
4 May 2017 – Melbourne Town Hall, Melbourne (with Milky Chance)
6 May 2017 – Groovin the Moo, Bendigo (SOLD OUT)
7 May 2017 – Groovin the Moo, Bruce (SOLD OUT)
10 May 2017 – Metro City, Perth (with Milky Chance)
13 May 2017 – Groovin the Moo, Bunbury
20 May 2017 – Bass in the Grass, Darwin City
31 May 2017 – Adelaide Hall, Toronto
1 June 2017 – DC 9, Washington D.C.
2 June 2017 – Boot & Saddle, Philadelphia
4 June 2017 – 3rd and Lindsley, Nashville
5 June 2017 – Babys All Right, Brooklyn
6 June 2017 – Mercury Lounge, New York
8 June 2017 – Great Scott, Allston
12 June 2017 – Bardot, Los Angeles
13 June 2017 – Echo, Los Angeles
16 June 2017 – Popscene @ Rickshaw, San Francisco
17 June 2017 – Doug Fir Lounge, Portland
19 June 2017 – Barboza, Seattle
20 June 2017 – The Biltmore Cabaret, Vancouver
23 July 2017 – North Byron Parklands, Yelgun