bülow Returns to Her Roots in “Two Punks In Love”

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“we were kids it’s been a while / but you still work to make me smile / a stolen kiss, now i can’t wait to waste my life away with you.”

German-rising pop star bülow is singing about the strong connection felt between two soulmates in her new single titled “Two Punks In Love.” The song, which was released today, has a more raw feeling than bülow’s last release “Damaged Vol. 2.” The track is driven by a softly strummed acoustic guitar and a vocal melody that hangs like a sweet lullaby. The lyrical content features reminiscing about the young love that bülow experienced and still cherishes. It’s a song that proves the message that true love never dies. bülow returns to her roots in this song proving that she is a talented enough songwriter and singer and doesn’t need over-the-top production to gift the world a straight-up banger! Listen to the cute song on Spotify now, we are sure you’ll be reminiscing about your first love too…

“With ‘Two Punks In Love’ it feels like I’ve gone full circle. It’s a homey feeling. I was creating this kind of music at the very beginning, when it was just me, my guitar, in my bedroom. A lot has changed since then, I’ve gone through shit, my sound has evolved, but that doesn’t mean I won’t come back to my roots every now and then.”
– bülow
TOUR DATES SUPPORTING FICKLE FRIENDS [SOLD OUT]:
Sept 27 – New York – Bowery Ballroom
Sept 29 – Boston – Sonia’s
Oct 2 – Detroit – Pike Room
Oct 3 – Chicago – Beat Kitchen
Oct 6 – Dallas – Three Links
Oct 8 – Denver – Globe Hall
Oct 9 – Salt Lake City – Kilby Court
Oct 11 – Los Angeles – Teragram Ballroom
Oct 12 – San Francisco – Great American Music Hall


Written by Ryan Cassata

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