Liz Phair released her first new song in two years. “Hey Lou” pays homage to Lou Reed and Laurie Anderson and the accompanying music video plays puppet versions of the legendary artists. The single references Anderson’s classic “O Superman”, Andy Warhol, and more. Check it out below.

“Hey Lou” is the latest single from Phair’s next studio album, Soberish. The song was produced by longtime associate Brad Wood. Concerning the song, Phair said in a press release: “Have you ever wondered what love for your favorite celebrity couple is like behind closed doors? Hey Lou envisions a day in the lives of two music legends whose union has been an inspiration for rock bands and a source of curiosity for die-hard romantics. “

Phair shared her final single “Good Side” in October 2019, coinciding with the release of her memoir “Horror Stories”. She released Girly Sound for Guyville: The 25th Anniversary Box Set in 2018; Their last LP with original music was 2010’s Funstyle. Following Soberish’s announcement, Fair said the record was “tentatively” released last summer. The album has yet to be materialized.

Read Pitchfork’s “An Open Talk Between Liz Phair and Lindsey Jordan of Snail Mail.”