Fresh off the success of their debut album Social Studies, Brooklyn based electro-dance quartet Body Language are ready to reveal their sophomore album Grammar. With this new full length, the members bring their myriad influences home to create a vibrant collection of dance-pop gems and tasty floor-fillers.

Like Social Studies, this sophomore release embodies the band’s restless pop experiments with a future-shocked blend of soul and R&B. Or as multi-instrumentalist/producer Grant Wheeler puts it, “Our world still exists in an indie-disco bubble; we’re just pushing the limits of every genre to a point where the bubble’s about to pop”. Tracks like early single “Lose My Head” — a floor-filler that’s driven by late ‘70s funk licks and diamond-encrusted keys — show that continued versatility and collaboration is the core of Body Language’s creative process.

Bonus track: Body Language remixed by Sydney’s own Plastic Plates!

Body Language - Social Studies (Plastic Plates Remix)     

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