“It’s Only Love” is the third song we’ve heard from Leanne Macomber and Joel Ford collaboration Ejecta. Like “Afraid Of The Dark” and “Jeremiah (The Denier)” before it, “Love” is breathy dancefloor fodder, so expect a wave of slinky club music from their upcoming LP Dominae. A press release explains the NSFW song art above:
Macomber describes Ejecta as a character, one that conceptually represents her various inner-struggles, and yet also as a way to “deflect” them. This alternate identity acts a conduit for Macomber’s countless longings, and as such is always depicted completely nude. Leanne explains a desire for Ejecta to be “universal” and “timeless,” and this heartbreaking pop record is certainly capable of being both of those things. But she also refers to the character as both an “everywoman” and even an “everyman.” And in that way, it becomes evident that we are dealing with a character.
Dominae is out 11/4 via Driftless.