Berlin-based trio Varley wipe out any unasked (and annoying) advice from their auditory radar with their latest single “Push Pull.” Coated with the rhythmic twists of pop, “Push Pull” is a chic fuck you to anyone who gives you ‘useful advice’ on how you should live. Through witty lyricism and ballooning riffs, Varley lets you dance away all the unnecessary ideas from the outside world and just do you:
In their own words, “‘Push Pull’ is our tongue-in-cheek response to the unsolicited and sometimes disheartening advice we have received over the years. It was born out of the frustrations that come when people think they know you better than you know yourself or that they know what’s best for you and how this often left us feeling like we were being pushed and pulled in a thousand different directions. Especially being raised in a society where girls are expected to always be nice and polite, this is our way to break free from that and speak our mind.”
The track is from their upcoming debut album Smalltalk & DMCs, which will be out in September.
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