Scene Queen Packs A Punch On Latest Single "Pink Push-Up Bra" | THE NOISE


Everyone's favorite bimbo-core trailblazer, Scene Queen, is back and pinker than ever on her latest single, "Pink Push-Up Bra." The metalcore-infused track is her angstiest yet and sees her call out sexual abuse by once again holding up a lens to the male gaze. With her latest female power anthem, Scene Queen makes her voice heard and reinvents the male-dominated metal music scene.

The scathing tune opens with the sonic embodiment of a door being kicked down, with bombastic percussion, angry screams, and fury-filled guitar lines weaving in and out of throbbing bass lines. The song's lyrics call out the famous excuse "boys will be boys" and carry a message of women getting justice for what they deserve after experiencing sexual assault, which Scene Queen highlights happens to "1 in 6" women. Overall, single seamlessly combines the signature sound fans have grown to love with contemporary social criticism of the patriarchy and serves as an impactful reminder that every person, regardless of gender, is or knows someone affected by these issues.

"I wanted a song about finally getting the justice you deserve because I realize that doesn't happen for a lot of women," shared the artist. "I was having a not-so-great day that ended up turning into one of my new favorite songs. The idea for the song actually came to me in the shower as I was getting ready for the studio session because I was feeling very triggered that day. I was an hour late to the session because of it, but knew it would be a quick write. The whole song top to bottom took about 2.5 hours total to write and record. It's probably my most rage-filled song and one of my heaviest. I hope anyone that relates gets the justice they deserve or at least can use it as an outlet for all the complex emotions that go along with the trauma of assault."

The music video is a stellar recreation of the famous courtroom scene in Legally Blonde, with Scene Queen coming in to save the day and her client from the clutches of a pervy lawyer. Strutting in guns blazing, semi-literally in some scenes, our protagonist calls out the system and successfully puts away the bad guy, receiving the applause and praise she deserves.

"Pink Push-Up Bra" serves as the follow-up to her viral track "18+," which called out sexual abuse in the music industry with a necessary fury. The track arrives ahead of her recently upgraded upcoming UK live run. Scene Queen will now be playing larger venues in every city on her BIMBOS BEANS & TOAST tour and has added an extra London date at the O2 Academy Islington.

Be sure to check out Scene Queen's latest single, "Pink Push-Up Bra," today!


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