Nancy destroys any boundaries when it comes to making the weirdest pop record in his latest EP Happy Oddities. It’s a collection of five tracks that blazes through the listener with tracks that at times feel like stoner jams defying the laws of gravity while other times feel like deep psychedelic pieces of existentialism. The cacophonous rhymes and combination of choppy flow all come together in a smooth euphony that make Happy Oddities feel like a serendipitous trip:
“In the past I was always anxious to make Nancy songs super explosive and as immediate as possible, but as Frank Zappa said, ‘Necessity is the mother of invention,’ and with that sentiment I threw caution to the wind. Now, I feel calm enough to just let it flow. Be at peace with whichever way myself expression comes out…I probably am pretentious (lol), but I guess I jus’ don’ give a fuck anymore. That’s Happy Oddities.”
Happy Oddities is out now via B3SCI Records.
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