Canadian singer and producer Jessy Lanza announces the album "All The Time", successor of "Oh No", to be released on July 24th through Hyperdub. To comemorate the work, the artist shares another track beside the first single "Lick In Heaven". "Face" is a digital toned with efficient electronic synthesizers made to warm up the dancefloor, produced in company of Jeremy Greenspan (from Junior Boys).
"I was fantasizing about what everyone was thinking based on their expressions", Lanza said in a statement. "I found myself projecting my own feelings onto the strangers I was looking at. I went home and wrote the lyrics imagining that the commuters were having telepathic conversations with each other. The questions I imagined them asking each other oscillated from sexual to confrontational: 'Baby is it just enough? Tell me do you want it all? Baby are you feeling tough? Feeling tougher more than not?'".