Tell Me Brother by President Street: Review
Australian duo Peter Moses and Rubecca Servinis together performs a brand new track that questions negative stereotypes, and now already has a vibrant music video out for “Tell Me Brother”.
A seductively melodic vocal sets the precedence with the song, putting the viewers in a puzzled state with the shocking aesthetics and versatility of the accompanying video. Rubecca is gorgeous without a doubt and a natural at being evocative. She’s easily the highlight of the song, both vocally and as an act. In “Tell Me Brother,” we watch as the two of them work to break the ice and destroy preconceived views. The song is about what being a real man is or what defines masculinity. The artists mainly want to address it, and just go to town with it. I personally can’t wrap my head around what a real man or woman is. But if it were to come to that, I’d focus more on the human part of it, about being humble, uplifting others in need, or during downfall rather than solving anything with a fight. A real man does not focus on outer strength alone, but his strength reflects in the way he remains compassionate for others.
It’s been nearly a month that “Tell Me Brother” has released, and so while it’s still so fresh, go ahead and get a load of this fun tune because while the messaging is sincere, the video is portrayed in the most entertaining way.
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Photo credits: Carole Cohen
Review by: Audrey Castel