Computerwife – ‘Vacation’

Computerwife releases new single ‘Vacation’

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NYC-based musician Computerwife releases the final single from her debut album out Friday.

Computerwife (the moniker of NYC-based Addie Warncke) has released her shoegazing summer anthem, ‘Vacation,’ the final single previewing her self-titled debut LP out this Friday, August 4th via Danger Collective Records. The track arrives alongside a music video filmed on a mini DV camera and created by Warncke, guitarist Dalton Salisbury, and Jack Fessenden.

Warncke discusses the track:

Computerwife explains:

“Part of the lyrics come from the book ‘How to Do Nothing’ which is about rejecting social media and fast information to be more present in life. The lyrics were formed to describe the first time I went to Coney Island. I thought the ecosystem was really beautiful and people seemed really relaxed together. I really needed that kind of environment to clear my head for a while and it was very inspiring.”

Of the video, she adds:

“Half of the footage is from a trip Dalton and I took to Las Vegas. The beach footage was from a trip Jack, Dalton, and I took back in 2021 to the Hamptons where Jack had been filming us on Dalton’s mini DV camera for fun. Filming it in Las Vegas worked perfectly because it’s so loud and flashy and fake, but at the same time, there were these great moments where people seemed really relaxed and introspective while taking that all in. Using those memories to make more content also fits the message of the song in a twisted way–some of the lyrics are about how hard it is for me to escape the nagging thought that every moment I live in can be turned into something to be consumed, whether that be through art or the internet or just other people’s eyes.”

‘Vacation’ is out now and follows ‘I Get Better Every Day‘ and ‘Lexapro.’

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