French electro pop favourites Yelle have returned, with the track Bouquet final.
The track comes three years after 2011's Safari Disco Club album, which saw them tour supporting Katy Perry.
Safari Disco Club was their second album, a follow up to their 2007 debut Pop Up. The band, a trio of GrandMarinier (Jean-Francois Perrier), Tepr (Tanguy Destable) and Yelle (Julie Budet) initially found success with songs like Je Veux Te Voir and A cause des garçons.
Safari Disco Club established them as more than just a pop act, with their songs displaying a maturity and a wider musical palette, but retaining the sense of playfulness.
Last year saw the tracks A + B = C, a cover of a song by new wave act Mathématiques Modernes, and L'Amour Parfait emerge.
The name of their new album hasn't been confirmed yet, nor has the release date, although it's expected some time in the autumn.
Tour dates have, however, been confirmed. October sees then play in North America, and in Europe in November and December, with shows in Hungary, Poland, Denmark, Norway, UK and France and Spain. They play London on December 2 and Paris on December 16.