What does it mean if someone you fancy has terrible friends? Laney Lynx is asking all the important questions: what does that say about the person who sticks with those friends? And what does it mean if that person is choosing to bring you into their world? How long can you sit and be passive in the presence of a bad attitude?
Slick production and smooth-sliding vocals define “Bad Attitudes”, the latest single from Lynx — who is based in New York and is blowing up with her electro-pop jams. The track doesn’t swell into drama, instead lingering in a danceable, catchy space. There’s nothing angry here: Laney Lynx makes it clear that her attitude is nothing but good.
The clip for the track pulls the vibrance of the music into the light. Lynx smiles as she delivers the lyrics, always playful even when the song is addressing trouble. “Not going to tear myself down just to hang around,” she states firmly while surrounded by a group of women who revel and dance around a table with incredibly precise movements that snap to the beat. An array of costume changes and shadowed shots create a dynamism that compliments the pop beats and sticky melodies. There may not be a resolution to the questions posed in the song, but one thing is certain: Laney Lynx is going to be just fine.