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Yes, Marina And The Diamonds' New Song Is Called 'FROOT'

And you should definitely listen to it.

Remember when Sia told ABC News that when she's writing a song, she often begins with a single, SEO-friendly word to start with? ("Chandelier," "Diamonds," etc.)

Something tells me that not even a hundred Sia Furlers locked in a room, hitting typewriter keys at random for all eternity would ever come up with the name of Marina And The Diamonds' new single: "FROOT."

That's "FROOT" with two Os.

Thankfully, Marina Diamandis' latest track, which hit YouTube on Friday (October 10), has the sound and lyrics to match such a unique title.

Over some breezy 8-bit production, she sings that “good things come to those who wait,” although she “ain’t in a patient phase.” The “How To Be A Heartbreaker” singer is sick of “hanging around like a fruit on a tree,” and she demands that someone cut her from the vine, turn her into wine and fill [their] cup up.

Like I said, unique.

The song is the title track off of Marina And The Diamonds' third studio album, FROOT. A release date has not yet been set for the LP.