Attia Taylor in Paris | via Facebook

Eclectic indie-pop artist Attia Taylor first came onto the Philly scene with her 2009 EP, Dear Universe. Since then, she’s transplanted to NYC and, along with her solo project, started up a band with Corey Duncan called Strange Parts. Though Taylor has been somewhat quiet for a while, she just smashed that silence by announcing a whole lotta cool news.

Dropping a new song and video for her track titled, “Basic Economics,” this upbeat yet mysterious, slinky tune creeps along a steady, consistent rhythm and is carried by Taylor’s hypnotizing vocals. Add in the retro video clip featuring a throwback dance party, and the track climbs to another level of awesome through its perfect out-of-placeness.

Along with this solo release, Strange Parts just dropped a new single called “Strawbridge’s” and announced a new album which will be titled Oh God, What a Beautiful Time I Spent In the Wild. Retaining Taylor’s quirky vocals while adding a bigger sound with the help of edgy, grunge beats and breezy guitar riffs.

Watch the old school video for “Basic Economics” below, then jam away to Strange Parts’ song, “Strawbridge’s” off their upcoming LP, Oh God, What a Beautiful Time I Spent In the Wild.