Black Eyed Peas have announced a new album called Masters Of The Sun, which is expected to arrive on October 12. To coincide with the announcement, will.i.am, Taboo and apl.de.ap have dropped the single “Big Love.”

Written by the Black Eyed Peas and produced by will.i.am, the track is heavier on the pop side than their previous releases “Ring The Alarm” and the Slick Rick-assisted “Constant Part 1 & 2,” which find the trio heading back to their boom bap roots.

“Big Love” broaches several topics, including gun violence, police brutality, the social media disconnect, race relations in America and our current political uncertainty, while simultaneously reminding the world the importance of love.

Masters Of The Sun serves as BEP’s first album in eight years and follows their 2010 platinum-selling album The Beginning.

Listen to “Big Love” below. 

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