Vinyl LP pressing. Body Pill is a surprising album for Naples, his most understated and mature release to date. It opens with a wall of ambient noise on "Ris," only to be overtaken by a modest synth groove. Ambient noise washes over tracks like "Way Stone" and "Pale," but that's not to say there aren't echoes of Naples's work for Mister Saturday Night lurking throughout. "Abrazo" feels like the natural companion to Naples's earlier singles, with elegant strings mingling with a deconstructed house-inspired beat. "Used to Be" is arguably Naples's largest beat to date, with rolling hi-hats counterbalancing stabbing synths. Closer "Miles" abruptly morphs from a lo-fi house anthem into a minimal synth soundscape, a microcosm of the record as a whole.