The boys are back in what only felt like a couple quarantine naps since “The Gruel” with a dope indie rock follow-up. Released today, the four-piece’s third bomb off of their upcoming sophomore full-length, Maritime Love Affair: Pt. I, is a saucy, crunchy pop-soaked alt-punk anomaly.
As do all of Easy Honey’s previous 2020 numbers, “Body Language” once again exhibits the band’s low-key coaxing chops and easygoing melodic ploys. Featuring neatly mixed voicing and hooky breaks, it’s almost a sin not to have pre-saved this bad boy.
“‘Body Language’ is the story of a hurricane evacuation, where a group of friends packed up the essentials and left everything behind,” the Charleston clique revealed in a statement. “Musically and lyrically, the song is an allegory for the indiscriminate and destructive nature of love.”
The Honeys’ easy-peasy command of postmodern garage-hinting indie rock on “Body Language” takes fans on a carefree joyride around an art rock park while waving the gang’s self-knitted punk-themed beanies—letting in anyone who’s down for some rad vibes.
Stream “Body Language” below.
Easy Honey are in the running for July 2020 UNXIGNED Artist of the Month. The poll will close August 1 midnight (PHT).
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