EP Review Body Type - EP2

Body Type - EP2

Five songs that burst with personality and make us fall even deeper in love.

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Aussie four-piece Body Type emerged as an instantly likeable new force on their hooky debut EP, packed full of reckless fun, and this promise soars on its charming follow-up. Taking musical cues from their peers Rolling Blackouts Coastal Fever and the wicked, grinning youthfulness of The Big Moon, they’re a band to slap a big ol’ grin across your face. Led by ‘Stingray’, a song about an immaculate conception at Sydney Zoo, these are five songs that burst with personality and make us fall even deeper in love with these newcomers.

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