Holly Miranda has released another new single “Golden Spiral” in anticipation of her forthcoming full-length album Mutual Horse, which comes out February 23rd, 2018 on Dangerbird Records.

“Golden Spiral” premiered on Brooklyn Vegan, where Holly described the song’s origin:

“This track started as a loop I made and was messing around with in my bedroom in the East Village. My best friend, Ambrosia Parsley, came over and heard it and almost immediately sang that opening line, ‘Ride your pony down the block and tie it up outside of 7-11.’ Ambrosia grew up in Reseda, California (the deep valley) in the ’70s and her friend Tiffany had a horse named Honey. Ambrosia used to ride on the back, picking plums and oranges off the trees that hung over peoples fences along the way. Then they would tie it up outside 7-11 and get Coke Slur-pees. Also, her neighbor really did make ‘sexy movies.'”

“When I went to LA to work on the record at Dangerbird Studio, our balcony overlooked a seedy corner store. So I would sit up there with my pen and paper and watch all the people coming and going, definitely witnessed a few drug deals, what have you. That’s where I finished the song. It’s one of my favorites on the record. Especially Maria Eisen’s saxy space jam!”