Stream Chelsea Peretti’s Coffee-Themed Comedic Music EP Foam And Flotsam
Chelsea Peretti is funny, but can she be funny in song? Today we find out. The comedian — who used to star on Brooklyn Nine-Nine alongside Andy Samberg, one of America’s leading authorities in this field — has released an EP of comedic music.
Titled Foam And Flotsam, the genre-hopping EP features five tracks from Peretti’s upcoming debut album, a concept record about coffee. Peretti wrote and produced the album in collaboration with Kool Kojak. It includes contributions from Wale, Juliette Lewis, Nick Kroll, Kathleen Hanna, Reggie Watts, Hannibal Buress, Terry Crews, Chika, Patti Harrison, and Andy Milonakis among others. A second advance EP will see release before the full project drops in June.
The first two Foam And Flotsam tracks arrive with videos. “LATE” is an acoustic ballad about showing up late with coffee in hand that somehow morphs into a critique of LA’s booming transcendental meditation industry. Its clip is directed by Peretti and Rick Page. “OATMILK” is a low-key electronic track featuring Reggie Watts, with a video by Numa Perrier. Watch both clips and stream the EP below.
Foam And Flotsam is out now.