TEEN BLUSH releases Extra Ordinary single and video

TEEN BLUSH releases 'Extra Ordinary' bedroom pop single and music video. The video was produced by Dad Sports and directed by Noah Keckler.
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TEEN BLUSH – Extra Ordinary (YouTube)

Chicago artist TEEN BLUSH released a new single, Extra Ordinary, and music video. The song was produced by Miguel Plante of Dad Sports, a Canadian band (Ottawa), and the video was directed by Noah Keckler.

Extra Ordinary is a really nice synth bedroom pop single, emphasizing the pop. Unlike BETWEEN MY TEETH, Extra Ordinary is not guitar-driven New Wave; instead, the new TEEN BLUSH single is entirely synth pop with auto-tuned vocals and vocoders. A drum machine is up-close, with percussive synth sounds building the beat; pads and arpeggiated chords are placed behind the beat with reverb. Together, Extra Ordinary is a song you’ll find yourself repeating.

Noah Keckler, a teenage photographer and cinematographer from Chicago, directed and filmed the video (Noah directed the Dad Sports Name + Place video). In the video, Ken Foss of TEEN BLUSH is running through his daily routine, playing off the lyrics of the song.

“It’s just normal routine
One thing after one thing
Go to work then go sleep
Wake up, go eat, repeat”

TEEN BLUSH – Extra Ordinary

TEEN BLUSH is the bedroom pop project of Ken Foss, a talented nineteen year-old from Wicker Park (Chicago). His influences range from Tame Impala to Slow Pulp (source). This is an artist to keep an eye on.

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Kevin Flick
Kevin Flick

Kevin Flick founded Puddlegum in 1997 and has been engaging in music journalism off and on since. He's also a recording/mixing engineer and loves to help bands work through the creative process. He has coproduced and mixed for artists such as Saeyers, Midi Memory, and Cathedral Bells.

Rumors are that he's a Brighton Hove & Albion FC fan. He's also obsessed with coffee. Kevin resides in the college community of Bloomington, Indiana, where he studied at Indiana University.

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