45 RPM 10 pressed on blue vinyl. The frontman in the synthesizer with his iconic tie and his eight huge gloved hands; a headless octopus in a suit. His head is in the clouds, playing serenades under vectorized moonlight like melancholic cries for his long-gone lover - When is Becky coming back? The journey in Becky Reynolds Band's universe is a unique one. Who is this band? Is it a trio? Is it a love triangle? It starts with frontman Mister Headless's assumed aesthetics of automatic tracks from kids' Casios. After a glimpse into his genius mind, Pissy Milly comes in and the rollercoaster rides begins. A musical fight begins between Milly and M. Headless. Is she jealous of Becky? Saxploitation is a confrontation. It's an intense push and pull and it locks and it falls apart again and locks back together. Where is Becky anyway? The singing diva is in the dressing room again. What if our musicians worked together? Milly's sound with Headless's longing in Venetian Mirror - wow. It's intense and full and round and glowing. Too much for our poor lovesick man. He pushes Milly away. She comes back with revenge, though. It's a seduction plan through sound. She's gonna reach the clouds, too. She explores different skies, sounds, and timelines, searching and searching and searching. Will she find him? It may not be The Easiest Way, but it's gonna be worth it. Belp feat. Becky Reynolds Band is candy for the mind. You can make it whatever you want. Music created and produced by Sebastian Schnitzenbaumer with contributions by Dennis Gross, Peter Tuscher, Sascha Luer, and Christa Brunne. Artwork by Sebastian Kempff.