Brooklyn's Phony Ppl Detail The Pain of Heartbreak In New Track 'Something About Your Love'

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Brooklyn-based quintet Phony Ppl have shared their funky new song ‘Something About Your Love,’ taken from their forthcoming album, mō’zā-ik, due October 19.  

Blending soul, funk, R&B and more, Phony Ppl continue to flex their musical prowess by refusing to be limited to just one genre on the track which was self-produced and mixed by GRAMMY Award winner Qmillion. 

Explaining the track, frontman Elbee Thrie noted, “It’s a sonG about stayinG in a relationship you know is poisonous. We recorded it at a Universal Audio session in Santa Cruz, CA then finished back in NYC at 'The Cabin' at The Manhattan Center"

The song is the third taste of their forthcoming album, mō’zā-ik, Their 2015 debut album, Yesterday’s Tomorrow earned organic praise from The New York Times, who praised the group’s “forward thinking” abilities and Rolling Stone, who called the album “sharply cut funk.” Phony Ppl also earned cosigns from heavyweights Childish Gambino and Tyler The Creator, who named “End of the Night” one of his favourite tracks that year.