Public Body: Reset My Password

Brighton's Public Body unveil another piece off their upcoming EP, Flavour Of Labour, arriving on March 4th, 2022. New single, Reset My Password is a scorching post punk number with an artful indie feel, dealing once again with the awkwardness of labor. 

Reset My Password is full of compelling energy by way of to its rich and strong instrumentals. Vocalist Seb Gilmore is well aware of the insignificance of 'adhering to company policy,' as the song's lyrics suggest. The artist comments on the new song: "At the height of Covid, everyone was clapping for NHS staff and key workers… and that got me thinking what my place is in all this mess. I then logged onto my work computer and was advised by a popup that it was time to reset my password. So I wrote a song about how pointless and useless my job is to the world when everything felt like it was breaking and seemed apocalyptic."

In relation to the EPs entirety Gilmore reveals: "Our new EP Flavour Of Labour has a couple of different themes but it's mainly about work. At the time I had lived in Brighton for almost 10 years and for a lot of that time I'd worked pretty terrible call centre jobs. When you leave education and your first taste of full time work is working for bad companies who are either taking advantage of their employees or their customers. How can you feel good about giving 40 hours a week of your life to something like that. So heck! I'll write a song about it or like 10."

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