MOONLIGHT Zoo are back with a 'banger'.

It's been two years since infectious single Breaking or Broken was released to the masses earning plaudits aplenty.

The track provided momentum which catapulted the four-piece into a sold-out King Tut's headliner in Glasgow and slots at the Isle of Wight Festival and TRNSMT.

The track was produced by Bruce Rintoul and they've called on his talents once again for their new single set to be released tomorrow (Friday).

Hundreds of ideas were discussed, demo-ed and discarded but Wild emerged as the next step on their pathway to success.

The band's Jamie Adamson told Press:ON: "Sometimes bands have a hard time trying to better what they just released.

"Breaking or Broken has been hard to follow.

"We didn't want to just release anything for the sake of it. We wanted it to be our best work and I think we've done that.

"After trying out different producers and styles, we've gone full circle by working with Bruce again. We get the results we want with him.

"Wild has an uplifting vibe to it, with electrical sounds, synth parts and these huge stadium-sounding drums. It stood out instantly from the other ideas we had.

"It happened naturally. When you have a song like that on the line, you just have to reel it in quickly."

Will their efforts be worth it?

"We hope so. We all just want to go as far as we can; we share a really strong passion.

"There's so many platforms for bands to be successful and you need to work hard to get there.

"We feel it's essential to have that amazing song that draws people in. You can tour all you want but if you don't have the song, it's not going to get you there.

"We've been holding off on this and making sure it's the best it can be.

"This is our best work."

Wild is released on Friday, September 7, a day before Moonlight Zoo play Monty's as part of this year's Outwith Festival in Dunfermline.

You can follow the band on Spotify here to listen to Wild for the first time.

They will also play a Sofar Sounds session in Edinburgh, before a Glasgow headline at the Hug and Pint on September 22.