Watch FYKE & Amber Liu Wear Surprising New Looks in ‘Get Myself’ Exclusive

“I hope all of us can be taught to search out consolation in our insecurities,” Liu says her new synth-pop collaboration.

Living within the Ok-pop highlight for almost a decade, Amber Liu can actually communicate to the pressures placing collectively a picture and now the singer-songwriter-producer is teaming with FYKE on a brand new single to emphasise self-love.

Billboard is proud to completely premiere the brand new video for "Get Myself," the brand new single launched in the present day (March eight) from the socially acutely aware, Los Angeles-based electronic-rock band that options Liu. Over a shifting synth-pop manufacturing, FYKE vocalist Enik Lin and Amber commerce f fluttery vocal notes as they element an unwillingness to vary within the face identification confusion: "I can't get myself to vary / 'Cause I drive myself insane / And there's nobody left accountable / I don't get myself, I don't get myself." As anticipated from FYKE, the brand new single tackles a brand new social difficulty following tracks like last year's "Awake," which particulars how cash and fame doesn’t equate happiness.

The accompanying video sees the FYKE guys and Amber all making an attempt to vary their appearances — together with the longest hair followers have in all probability ever seen on Liu due to a periwinkle wig — earlier than throwing away the costumes and wigs and embracing their goy selves in a heartwarming ending.

"I’ve struggled my complete life with nervousness and despair and one the toughest issues in life has been to simply accept myself and discover understanding in why I’m the best way that I’m," Lin explains his band's newest. "I’ve all the time questioned why I’m so socially awkward or why I'm so introverted, however all this stuff nonetheless make us the people who we’re and we should always by no means be ashamed it. We wrote 'Get Myself' to inform individuals who might wrestle with comparable ideas that they’re completely stunning the best way they’re and to not let anybody else inform them otherwise."

Amber provides, "We all don't perceive why we’re the best way we’re. I hope all of us can be taught to search out consolation in our insecurities and attempt to love our imperfectly perfect-selves somewhat extra on a regular basis."

"Get Myself" is out now Steel Wool Entertainment, Universal Music Group International and Empire Records. Watch the brand new music video first on Billboard: