Spaceface Share New Single & Literal Recipe For “Piña Collider”

Get that shaker tin out

Photo: Erika Mugglin

Spaceface take us on a cosmic mission to the psychedelic universe with their latest single “Piña Collider,” named after a band comprised of scientists whom you can hear in the song. The track is sprayed with quirky lyrics and smeared with funky colors that makes it a delicious track to indulge. Lyrically, it is based on a mythic drink that enlightens you with the knowledge of our own humanity and how unified we really are as species: 

Speaking more on how the song came together, Ingalls stated:

“I was playing a show somewhere nearby and CERN has a whole outreach program to bring artists in to show them what it’s all about and what it looks like. We got to go inside the Super Collider, take pictures in front of a dark matter factory, and even drink a little with the scientists. I learned that the crew who showed us around are, in fact, in their own band, which we named the song after. When it was mostly ready, I sent the track off to those same scientists and asked them to record the group vocal parts at the top of every section – ‘Everyday! Gamma Ray! Boomerang!’, etc. They even sent me samples of particle beam dump sounds and other weird noises you hear around the facilities for us to put into the song. A lot of backstory for such a romp of a tune, huh?”

Now back to the serious stuff – below is the drink recipe for Piña Collider, which Spaceface created with scientific precision:

  • 1.5 oz Clear Rum 
  • .75 oz Lime Juice 
  • .75 Simple
  • 1 oz Coco Lopez (Coconut Cream) 
  • .75 oz Pineapple Juice 
  • Combine All Ingredients in Shaker Tin w/ Ice and Shake 
  • Double Strain over ice into collins glass or larger glass (Or Coconut) 
  • Garnish w/ Pineapple stem or wedge and lime wheel 
  • Dash of Cinnamon