Tash Sultana has released the second taste of new music slated to follow the musician’s ARIA-winning album Flow State – and it’s a typically glinting, sauntering delight.

Greed was written in Tash’s Melbourne studio with Matt Corby and ARIA-winning producer Dann Hume, and Tash says of the track: “This song is about how people change around you when you achieve some sort of success. People you’ve never had anything to do with try and climb into your life somehow, people you’ve known for ages suddenly go silent. People who never paid you for a gig suddenly want to book you. That person from high school that gave you sh-t for playing the guitar, suddenly wants on the guest list. It’s a funny little thing, all of this, and what it does to people.”

Listen below; the clip is coming next month!