Brooklyn natives Public-Practice just released their latest single, “Extraordinary”, following their 2018 debut release, Distance Is A Mirror. “Extraordinary” is the B-side to the song “Disposable”, the former being a cover Yukihiro Takahashi’s 1981 original. Both the original and the cover cross the lines between punk and funk, and Public-Practice adds their own post-punk spin on it. The rhythm stays on beat the whole time, while the deadpan vocals drone over the upbeat tempo. The band stays faithful to the original, while adding a playful synth-driven sound. Public-Practice delivers a unique sound that demands to be heard, and you can see them live on their upcoming U.K. tour starting in November and listen to their latest singles “Extraordinary” and “Disposable” out October 10th.