The fast-rising artist's second album, 'Seventeen Going Under' is also out on October 8.
The song arrives with an adventurous music video directed by Sophia Ray.
The news also means that the fast-rising quartet are the first Irish band in 13 years to go to No.1 in the UK with their debut album.
The new song also features in the Jeep brand's 'Life Electrified' campaign, starting today.
'Gold' FIRST dropped in September 1992 and immediately went to No. 1 on the national sales chart.
The as-yet-untitled record will be the follow-up to Fender's much-acclaimed 2019 debut, 'Hypersonic Missiles'.
The new song is also the first taster from the band's as-yet-untitled fourth album, set for release later this year.
The track will appear on Becky Hill’s debut studio album.
The emotive new song is also the title track from the Dublin quartet's debut album, out on July 9 via Polydor.
Directed by Noah Lee, the new visual sees Celeste falling through a rabbit hole and making her way through a surreal twisted hallway.
The band and Jackpot have designed exclusive limited-edition, reusable peanut butter pots and recipe sweatshirt. £2 From each sale will go to the Music Venue Trust.
The band will now kick off the newly routed tour on August 31 in St. Petersburg, FL, at Jannus Live.
‘Blue Banisters’, ‘Text Book’ and ‘Wildflower Wildfire’ are all due to appear on star’s next full-length album.
The shows kick off on March 4 in Atlanta at Terminal West and wrap on March 31 in Los Angeles at The Belasco Theatre.
Available now through Polydor Records, the album is the hotly-anticipated follow-up to 2020's UK chart-topping 'On Sunset'.