Diplo‘s kitchen-sink dancehall pet, Major Lazer, is all but a day shy of making its Free The Universe (February 19) shout, the Philadelphia producer’s second record under the moniker. Though this time without his DJ duder Switch. Instead, collaboration honors are going to DJ Jillionaire and Walshy Fire, and an indie hit-list of vocal contributions spanning everyone from Vampire Weekend‘s Ezra Koenig to Dirty Projectors‘ Amber Coffman, the latter of which laces aqua-key slow-roller “Get Free,” setting down her amazing Fender shred skills to howl a tale of broken dreams and freedoms. “We could never get free/I just want to be” Coffman yearns with off-kilter R&B class. It’s in stark contrast in sound to the reggeaton-dubstep, monster thrash of other single “Jah No Partial” [LISTEN]. But if you pay attention to its clip of 80’s reggae king Johnny Osbourne going on about some non-“righteous” authority figures, the oppressive threads, they bind. Will the dance-crowd appreciate the sentiments? The universe and their 34-date world tour await. In the meantime, dig on the anime lyric video for “Get Free:”

Comin’ down feel in’ like a battery hen

Waves won’t break ’til the tide comes in

What will I do in the sunrise

What will I do without my dreams