Don’t try to resist falling in love with Brother Sister’s eccentric video for Push My Buttons

Having been raised on 80s films and Saturday morning cartoons, New Zealand sibling three-piece Brother Sister make the retro-sounding, idiosyncratic synth-pop music you’d expect. Their tunes are colourful and charming, simultaneously nostalgic and fresh – once you enter one of their vibrant soundscapes, you’ll never want to leave.

With a six-track EP and a string of brilliant music videos under their belt, we guarantee this band will quickly establish themselves as one of your favourites. If you’re looking for an entry point to their vintage-pop sounds, we recommend sussing out their clip for Push My Buttons. This thing is incredible.

If you haven’t already, we strongly recommend you indulge yourself in the retro synth-pop goodness of New Zealand sibling trio Brother Sister.

Throughout the video, Brother Sister navigate surreal, pastel-coloured imagery to deliver a punchy indie-electro jam. The clip and track share a quirky eccentricity that you’ll be unable to resist falling in love with. With 80s-inspired synth lines and infectious vocal hooks, Push My Buttons is the kind of track that’ll be stuck in your head for weeks.

Push My Buttons is the second track from Brother Sister’s 2016 EP of the same name. Judging by everything we’ve heard from the band so far, I think we can safely expect plenty more quality tunes sooner rather than later.

For now, do yourself a favour and watch the video for Push My Buttons Above.