Dev is back with a new, catchy, electropop song titled 'Kids' that has the potential to be another club banger.

The 25-year-old singer, who shot to fame in 2010 with hit singles such as 'Bass Down Low' and 'Like a G6' with Far East Movement, has released a new track off her forthcoming 'Bittersweet July' EP. The EP will be her second studio album since 2011's 'The Night the Sun Came Up.'

The song's single artwork pays homage to the movie 'Kids,' the 1995 controversial teen drama which co-starred Chloe Sevigny and Rosario Dawson in their teens. The lyrics seemingly celebrate the same carefree attitude of the characters, with Dev singing, "We always did it / I wanna celebrate and misbehave / F--- around downtown and act like nothing / Waiting all around for anyone to say they love us / To kiss us and hug us, and come undone / Day is dead, but night is young."

'Bittersweet July' is available for pre-order now and will be released on Sept. 23.

Click on the video above to hear the latest from Dev.