LA-based four-piece 19&YOU posses a rare style of indie-pop that makes their music instantly loveable. It’s a sound that feels fresh and exciting, all the while still maintaining a charm of nostalgia.
“It was one of those songs that started from a space of vulnerability and turned into just us having fun. There weren’t any rules of what we could or couldn’t do, as long as it felt good we added it to the song. To a certain extent the song is satire, it’s so over the top sassy, and none of us are that way in real life. But I think the hyperbole of it all is what makes it so engaging.” – Noah Taylor, 19&YOU