The leading man of the chillwave renaissance, Neon Indian, is putting the final touches on his much-anticipated sophomore album, Era Extraña, out September 13. After hitting the web with a series of short teasers, the Mexican-born synth virtuoso just unveiled the first full-length track titled “Fallout.” Whenever we’re hoping for a tailor-made sequencing number, we know we can always count on Alan Palomo. “Fallout” is no exception. It is whimsical in its anticipation, slowly transcends into a summer jam, and fades away in subtle chops. It might not be a veins-cutter like “Should Have Taken Acid With You” or as catchy as “Deadbeat Summer,” but it welcomes Palomo back to his field after the not exactly arousing collaboration album with The Flaming Lips.