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  • Writer's pictureBrian Delaney

Rubberband Girl Makes Huge and Mysterious Debut with "Taller"

While there is undoubtedly an endless amount of talent landing in our inbox each day, it is far lass often that a debut single grabs our attention as fast as the new release, "Taller," by Rubberband Girl. Within the first few bars, twangy guitar and haunting vocals come together and immediately pull you in. Bringing a refreshing fusion of classic instrumentation and contemporary sound design, "Taller," is an enchanting and energetic, foot-stopping tune that delivers an energy as fresh as it is nostalgic.

Hailing from East London, Rubberband Girl crafted her debut release within the confines of a small shed-studio in North London and later brought the track to RAK Studios to finalize it and make it shine. On, "Taller," Rubberband Girl takes listeners on an emotional journey, as she speaks on the complexities of modern life, while infusing the track with a sense of playful irreverence. The genre-bending soundscape, featuring a mix of synths and organic instruments, serves as the perfect backdrop for Rubberband Girl's tongue-in-cheek attitude as she candidly explores the human experience.

Drawing inspiration from decades of musical influences, Rubberband Girl seamlessly blends vintage Soul with lightweight modern textures, resulting in a sound that feels both timeless and brand new. With her fearless approach to storytelling, Rubberband Girl invites listeners to embark on a sonic adventure filled with introspection, humor, and unabashed authenticity. As she continue to carve out their own distinct musical identity, Rubberband Girl emerges as a standout voice in the East London music scene and beyond. With her infectious energy and genre-defying sound, Rubberband Girl reaffirms her status as a trailblazer, pushing boundaries and challenging conventions while staying true to the essence of her artistry.

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