Self-described as “drifting into a dream of an isolated neon church deep in an Amazonian jungle,” StrangerFamiliar’s latest EP, La Secuencia, offers plenty of vivid, colourful textures swirling in a misty electro pop fog. Today, we drift into “Leona (333).”

Psychedelic, oscillating synths replace the Amazon’s cicadas and birds as the steady foundation for the track’s trippy beat, which gradually shifts in complexity, adding and subtracting elements as the panned snares echo off the layers of haunting back-up vocals. This background texture provides the perfect backdrop for Ilichna Morasky’s powerful vocals to carry the instrumental along its subtle twists and turns. Conceptually, each track length on La Secuencia matches its placement (Leona is the third track, thus running 3:33). Focusing on these small details pays off, as Morasky achieves the same creative attention to detail with her dizzying, ethereal electro pop.

StrangerFamiliar’s La Sacuencia is available now.