In life, there is a natural ebb and flow, following a system of checks and balances. Our relationships play on compromise and content, taking in the good with the bad. In Brooklyn-based synth-pop group Saint Marilyn's latest release, "Frustrate Me," they play on this human element of duality. The song is a hazy and seductive medley of fluctuating synths and sultry vocals. "We wanted there to be an indecisive aspect to the way the synthesizers bend and move, to emulate the fluctuations of emotion in a personal conflict, says Che Houston. Though the song plays on the frustration of relationships, the finished product is quite the opposite; it's expressive and emotive and emblazoned with its own alluring personality.