BODEGA from New York has released nine different language versions of their new track ‘Statuette On The Console’. The ultra-catchy bubblegum-punk tune, which clocks in at little over two minutes, is available in English, Dutch, French, German, Greek, Italian, Portuguese, Spanish, and Ukrainian.
“‘Statuette on the Console’ is a celebration of shedding other people’s ideology. When writing the song I was trying to understand myself by exploring my values, but I could only come up against what I was not,” the band’s Nikki Belfiglio says.
“The ability to believe and the comfort of ideology or isms is not one I have within me although as the song says, I myself live by my own inherited platitudes.”
In addition to singing lead vocals on ‘Statuette’, Belfiglio also directed a video for the English version. Watch that – and listen to all nine versions of the song – below:
‘Statuette On The Console’ is the third single from BODEGA’s upcoming album ‘Broken Equipment,’ which will be released on March 11th. The band revealed the follow-up to their 2018 debut ‘Endless Scroll’ in October, along with the lead track ‘Doers,’ and the opener ‘Thrown,’ which was released last month.
The band will also embark on a UK tour next month, beginning March 11 with a three-show run at Prince Albert in Brighton. They’ll keep touring throughout March before closing up with three gigs at London’s Moth Club on 29th March.