Opening with an addictive drum beat and bassline, Black Cadillac features Vincent Neff's fuzzy layered vocals dancing atop grooving guitars and jazzy brass solos.
Accompanied by a new James Hankin-directed music video, Django Django explore Off Planet's inspirations of ufology amidst nostalgic fish-eye visuals.
Speaking of the video, producer and drummer Dave Maclean said:
"I came up with this idea out of the blue one day, probably in a bit of a daydream when listening back to the song.
"I approached Hankin to help me bring it to life and he"s done a great job directing it, managing to capture the surreal dream-like atmosphere brilliantly."
Video director James Hankin, who shot the film in Tottenham around the band's studio and local pub, Mannions, spoke further about the collaboration:
"I've been following the Djangos pretty much since day one and always thought it would be cool to make a video together at some point and here we are many years later messing about dressing up as cowboys and aliens and drinking out of shoes.
"It felt like a very natural thing to be doing actually."
Released in four parts, each representing a different "planet", Off Planet is the biggest, boldest, and most varied statement the band have made, with a cavalcade of mainstream and underground stars – Self Esteem, Jack Peñate, Stealing Sheep, Toya Delazy and many more, all of them either friends of the band or personally sought out by Dave – bringing entirely new creative angles into play.