Two weeks after asserting his sophomore album, Gemini Rights, Steve Lacy has revealed the file is dropping on July fifteenth through RCA Information and shared the second single, “Unhealthy Behavior.”
On the brand new observe, Lacy channels Andre 3000’s The Love Under period, expressing remorse over a relationship by no means getting off the bottom attributable to his personal inaction. Over funky synths and a grooving bassline, The Web guitarist emphasizes the ache in a falsetto that cracks at occasions, singing, “I chew my tongue, it’s a foul behavior/ Kinda mad that I didn’t take a stab at it/ Thought you have been too good for me, my expensive.”
A brand new press launch describes Gemini Rights as “an amalgamation” of references and influences together with Caetano Veloso, the aforementioned The Love Under, the Beatles, Sly Stone, and his buddies and bandmates in The Web, including that the album is “savage, hilarious, tender, horny, gender fluid, heartbroken, forthright, polyamorous, filled with longing, and wears its coronary heart on its sleeve in the perfect methods doable.”
“Unhealthy Behavior” was preceded by the lead single “Mercury.” Gemini Rights is the follow-up to Lacy’s 2019 debut solo effort, Apollo XX1. Pre-save the upcoming album right here.
Take heed to Steve Lacy’s “Unhealthy Behavior” beneath.