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Let Art-Pop Trio Bodi Bill Take You “Loophole Travelling” Around Their New Single [Premiere]

Berlin art-pop trio Bodi Bill head towards the release of their new album with our premiere of new single ‘Loophole Travelling’.



Berlin-based art-pop/electronic trio, Bodi Bill return with a brand new release “Loophole Travelling,” lifted from their forthcoming album due later this year through Sinnbus. This new single will be released as an EP, including four brand new tracks and you can check out our premiere of the single just below.

“Loophole Travelling” is described as a laconic comment on the willy-nilly mishmash content delivered by the shimmering world of influencers. Fenk explains: “The song takes place in this weirdly assembled reality. Copy + paste, things often appear to be much more substantial than they are. Feelings and meanings remain blurry. Oh, and speaking of, there’s also some Space X stuff in it, again!”

As for the accompanying video, Fenk continues: “We follow influencer H., who happens to find two super cute animals on a stroll. And she takes them with her through her day filled with heartfelt moments and inspiring this-and-thats. They have a lot of fun, but around early afternoon these two start to needle her. On top, they get a bit smelly. So maybe it’s time for something new, and time to part. Which is done, short and brief, in quite a robust way. On to new ideas then!”

And he adds: “Bodi Bill responds with a smiley and ‘genius!’”

Following a hiatus of seven years, Bodi Bill returned in 2019 with a series of acclaimed releases “Kiss Operator,” “What If” and “Better Than Reality,” offering a continually evolving approach to their music. “Loophole Travelling,” is the next new single release carving the path towards the band’s new album. Check out our premiere of the track and get on the ride now!

Artwork for ‘Loophole Travelling’ by Bodi Bill

I have an unhealthy obsession with bad horror movies, the song Wanted Dead Or Alive and crap British game shows. I do this not because of the sex, drugs and rock 'n' roll lifestyle it affords me but more because it gives me an excuse to listen to bands that sound like hippos mating.