2019-12-12T09:19:23-05:00 2019-12-12T02:23:01-05:00

Beach Bunny tell you how they really feel in “Ms. California” [Video]

Beach Bunny’s newest single “Ms. California” is a story about a feeling as old as love—jealousy. The track is released alongside a music video, directed by Matt Gehl, showing how everything is just a little bit worse when you’re not with the person you want. 

“Ms. California” is the second single from Beach Bunny’s debut upcoming album Honeymoon. Previously released is “Dream Boy”, a swooning story about young love and idealistic romance. The newest track is less dreamy, more brooding, and tosses out the poetic pleasantries that make us all a little more comfortable and confronts jealousy head-on. The lyrics are pointed and deliberate, leaving little to interpret. “She's your girl/She's in all your pictures/California girl, I wish I was her”. The normalization of this bitter feeling is refreshing. 

Chicago’s Beach Bunny began as a solo project from singer-songwriter Lili Trifilio in 2015. Two years later, it grew into a four-piece when guitarist Matt Henkels, bassist Anthony Vaccaro, and drummer Jonathan Alvarado joined the project. Honeymoon is the band’s first offering via Mom+Pop Music with a timely February 14 release date. 

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