By Ray Rahman
Updated May 28, 2013 at 06:25 PM EDT
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If you’re one of the bleary-eyed troopers who’s already made it through all fifteen episodes of Arrested Development‘s fourth season on Netflix (and if not, don’t worry, this isn’t a spoiler), then you likely noticed a bouncy little pop number during the last episode’s end credits.

So, what was the song? No, it wasn’t Mark Cherry’s “Getaway”; it’s “Boomerang” from L.A. singer-songwriter Lucy Schwartz, and you can hear it exclusively here.

The single is the first from Schwartz’s upcoming album Timekeeper, due August 6. And if you’re wondering how her song ended up snagging the high-profile spot in the show’s finale, well, it seems that AD creator Mitch Hurwitz is a big fan. “Lucy’s latest album is her Sgt. Pepper,” says Hurwitz. “Unbelievable. I can’t stop playing it or thinking about it. So brilliant and amazing.”

One more fun fact: Schwartz also provided the fake-British voice for AD‘s “Mr. F” and “For British Eyes Only” tunes.

But enough with the trivia; give “Boomerang” a listen below:

You can buy “Boomerang” from iTunes here.

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