Sarah Darling has romantic evening plans for her hard-working man in 'Something to Do With Your Hands,' the first single from her upcoming album 'Angels and Devils.'  The song follows the fan-demanded release of Darling's cover of U2's 'With or Without You.'

The extremely poppy song features a rubbery bass line and very innocent-sounding background vocals. So much so, in fact, that the extremely mature nature of young Sarah's plans, nevermind what she's planning to wear, come as a bit of a surprise.

"Boy you better not be too tired when you get home tonight / Please understand / I've got this burning down deep in my soul / That's got me longing to hold onto my man / And if you need something to do with your hands / Uh oh oh / Uh oh oh."

Darling has been working on the new album, the follow up to 2009's 'Every Monday Morning,' for nearly two years. "I’ve basically spent two years visiting country radio stations and singing at fairs and festivals," she says. "But I feel like I’m always making an album."

'Angels and Devils' will be available in stores and digital outlets on Feb. 15. Sarah Darling recently made her Carnegie Hall debut by performing as part of 'The American Christmas Carol' on Dec. 2, and can be expected to hit the road in support of the new album shortly.

Listen to Sarah Darling, 'Something to Do With Your Hands'