Lecx Stacy is back in our ears with his all new EP, Face Plants, cementing himself as a blossoming figurehead in the anti-pop world.
After producing the entirety of Jean Dawson‘s Bad Sports, Lecx followed up his production introduction with the release of his debut singles “Beaded” (which we covered around the time of it’s original release) and “Water Your Face Plants” – both of which appear on the new project. In this garage-rock meets pop meets alternative style that he is able to cultivate throughout the EP with his specific brand of experimental production, Lecx taps into the inner angst of a person not only transitioning from adolescence into adulthood, but also that of an artist finding their footing in an often crowded and unforgiving industry.
The seven track projects sees highlights in the two pre-released singles as well as project closer “Sonic Bloom” and the third track on the EP “Crazy”, which was released with a video alongside the project. His skills as a producer and vocalist are on full display across the entire tracklist and just when you think Lecx is gonna zig he zags, keeping listener’s on their toes and me personally excited about what he’s got up his sleeve next.