By Dylan Kickham
Updated August 17, 2016 at 12:00 PM EDT

We’re a little more than a week away from Glory‘s release, and to celebrate Britney Spears has put out another track from her highly anticipated ninth studio album. “Do You Wanna Come Over” is the fourth song Spears has shared ahead of Glory, out Aug. 26.

After teasing the new song earlier this week, Spears released late Wednesday night the track that embodies the essence of Netflix and Chill. “I could get into that kissin‘ and touchin‘,” Spears sings in the new track, “or we could be good and do next to nothin‘.” She continues: “‘Cause all I want is what you want, and all you want is me./Yeah, all you want is what I want, and what I want is you.”

She has previously released her album’s lead single “Make Me…,” and two promotional singles, “Private Show” and “Clumsy.” “Do You Wanna Come Over” is more poppy and uptempo than the R&B-inspired sound of the first two songs, but less frenetic than the electro-dance style of “Clumsy.”

The new song also comes ahead of Britney’s recently announced performance at this year’s VMAs, where she will be giving her debut performance of “Make Me…” with G-Eazy. Get the scoop on everything we know about Glory so far here and get an inside look at the making of the album here.

“Do You Wanna Come Over” is available now on iTunes. Listen to a preview, below.