Lily Allen sounds like she's channeling M.I.A. in two new songs, one of which hails from the second "Girls" soundtrack, out Feb. 11. "L8 CMMR" is the latest of several "Girls" tracks to hit the Internet, following tunes by Beck, Miguel and Jenny Lewis. The album also features Vampire Weekend, M. Ward, Cat Power and Oasis' "Wonderwall" (think Hannah feeling sad while naked in a bathtub). "I think the show is brilliant, so it was more or less a no brainer for me," Allen told Rolling Stone about why she agreed to write a song for the show.
The 28-year-old singer also unveiled the video for "Air Balloon," which will be released as a single on March 2. The video was directed by That Go, a duo who has previously worked on videos for Father John Misty, Portugal. The Man and Bat for Lashes. The "Air Balloon" clip finds Allen clad in a sparkly mesh top while carousing with zebras, cheetahs and butterflies in the wilderness. Watch below.