Music

Premiere: Princess Cyberspace’s ‘Blocked/Unblocked’ is the Breakup Anthem for the Social Media Generation (Listen)

Music

Premiere: Princess Cyberspace’s ‘Blocked/Unblocked’ is the Breakup Anthem for the Social Media Generation (Listen)

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Photography: Kimberly Torres

Everyone knows what it feels like to obsess over an ex on social media. But Princess Cyberspace, the cyber-pop duo made up of vocalist Rebecca L’Amore and producer Stel Leo, take cyber-stalking to a whole new level on their new single, “Blocked/Unblocked.” An ’80s synth-pop banger, the track mixes French house with L’Amore’s saccharine lyrics, part Janet Jackson, part Daft Punk.

“From a lyrical standpoint, ‘Blocked/Unblocked’ is a song about that love interest you can’t escape on social media,” says the band. “It’s about lurking on your ex or ex-crush’s social media accounts even though you know they’re bad for you.”

With hypnotizing synths and L’Amore’s undeniably catchy vocals, “Blocked/Unblocked” is the bubblegum anthem for the digital generation.

Listen to the BULLETT premiere, below.