"I love a skinny fucked up boy," repeats Brooklyn performer Macy Rodman, almost manically, above an ultra-sparse bass line on her new single, "Untitled (S.F.U.B.)" This is the second track to be released off Rodman's forthcoming debut album, The Lake, following her furious, politically charged "She Will Be A Relic One Day."
"That's the kind of track I love to perform because I can go a lot of places with it and make it dark and personal, but also really silly and full of melodrama," Rodman tells OUT of her newest song. "It's about that moment when you get obsessed with a crush and torment yourself with these nonsensical thoughts about 'you' and 'them' and 'us' over and over until you just drive yourself crazy."
The Lake, available for pre-order today, features 10 tracks and will be released through NYC record label Sweat Equity. With all songs penned by Rodman, The Lake is described as "a wide spectrum of pop, dance and experimental tropes," spanning everything from a Springsteen-inspired cut to a "club-scorching" track with the "It Girl" of rap, Mister Wallace. Rodman's anticipated full-length debut follows her breakout 2016 EP, Help, and will premiere June 1.
Listen to "Untitled (S.F.U.B.)," below and pre-order The Lake, here.