Outfit – “Genderless”

The Liverpool five-piece Outfit have maybe the most generic band name anyone could ever imagine, but their off-kilter, synthy art-pop sound is plenty distinctive. The band will release their sophomore album Slowness in a few months, and first single “Genderless” is a queasy lurch that builds up to a stormy climax. Taking about the song, frontman Andrew P M Hunt says, “This song is about feeling disconnected from your body and your sexuality almost to the point where your self disappears completely.” Listen to it below.

Slowness is out 6/15 on Memphis Industries.

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