Today, Punknews is pleased to debut the new single by Body Stuff, the project helmed by Curran Reynolds.
"Ice" is a far out jam. The band is decidedly New York, though they pull from seemingly desperate corners of the metropolis. "Ice" starts out with a rolling, dream pop intro that would fit at home at many a Brooklyn loft. But then, just as the intro fades away, the song devolves into a sonic, post-metal pummeling that would fit right at home on a Swans record. Rarely does a band go from sounding so nice to so mean!
Speaking to Punknews about the track, Reynolds said, "'Ice' is a song about seizing the day. I wrote this one a couple winters ago when I was living alone in a house on a lake in Maine. The guest vocalist is Ariel Hall. I went to elementary school with Ariel and it felt like a nice full circle to put her on this record."
Body Stuff 2 is out November 4th via The Path Less Traveled Records. Check the the new single below, right now!