Personal Space Announce New LP “A Lifetime of Leisure,” Share “Supine (And Feelin’ Fine)”

It’s the Brooklyn band’s second album, out soon via Good Eye Records.

It’s been four years since Personal Space announced their presence with a breezy debut record. Obviously a lot has happened since then (including the unceremonious retirement of their label Tiny Engines), but their new single “Supine (And Feelin’ Fine)” does little to communicate this change, providing the same hushed rock sound heard on Ecstatic Burbs.

While lyrically the record touches on observations from the group’s recent activity within NYC’s DSA circle, “Supine” is more of a send-off to a certain youthful mindset. “[It’s about] getting over yourself and your status obsession, but at the same time feeling like you’ll never really be over any of it,” the band shares. “Aging out of the scene. Feeling like you’re the one who’s fallen behind in your peer group. ‘Throwing in the towel never felt so good!’”

Stream the track below, or listen here.


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