Atlanta’s PzzyFoot just released a single from their upcoming EP release, titled “Religion”. The track is to your brain like an ice-cold lemonade on a hot day. It refreshes, it cools, and it stays with you in a way that not every alternative track can.
The setup for “Religion” presents the subject of the track’s title as a common thing of division and unity. Bright, staccato chords break the holy silence, then the drums enter, ministering to the guitar and bass as Jamera Simmons begins a vocal delivery that is everything and nothing at once, like bubble wrap. Each word a satisfying pop, she contains the universe in her voice. The chorus takes off like a rabbit pursued, guitars nipping at its catchy lyrical hook, scenery drumming by. This chorus produces neurological wonders and is the sort of thing that radio station song programming algorithms would sizzle over. The verses are the icing on the cake.
Check out PzzyFoot and be on the lookout for their EP, which will be out soon. They have Georgia shows set up for May and June, with a CD release party June 23rd.