Exclusive Download: Body Language's Hot Dance Track 'Falling Out'

Preview a song from the trio's upcoming EP 'Social Studies'

August 25, 2011 3:30 PM ET
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Click to listen to Body Language's 'Falling Out'

Brooklyn-based Body Language is set to release a follow up to their 2009 debut in October, but the trio is setting the mood for their EP with new track, "Falling Out." Body Language’s Matt Young describes the sultry dance track as a "shifty disco about a shifty lady that stole my heart." Though there may be some heartbreak involved in the song, the soulful dance-worthy grooves are a reminder why this trio got their start as in-demand basement dance party DJs in Connecticut. The Social Studies EP will be in stores on October 18th, but you can download “Falling Out” for free here.

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