Zoë Kravitz's electro-pop outfit LOLAWOLF wowed us with their self-titled EP and their devastating single and video for "Wanna Have Fun." And now they return with new sounds coming from yet another self-titled EP. The first single from the project is "Jimmy Franco," another song about love and loss and all the complications in between. Over a driving rhythm steeped in '80s pop, Zoë's saccharine voice tells the story of loving someone even though she knows that it probably won't end well. Further illustrating that point is the song's video, which features Harlem rapper A$AP Rocky as the leading man. The twosome live out their dysfunctional love affair in a Brooklyn warehouse art space, oddly dancing around and going back and forth between smiles and serious glares. "Jimmy Franco" is available now on iTunes, with LOLAWOLF's second EP to be released later this year. Check out the both the song and video right here.