Value Void’s “Teen For Him” is a sweet song about a weird crush
Taken from the London-based band’s Sentimental debut.
London's Value Void is a lo-fi trio based around the unique chemistry found between Paz Maddio and Marta Zabala, two Argentine musicians who headed to the U.K. and found a home in the city's DIY punk community. Backed by bassist Luke Tristram, they make bittersweet and loose-around-the edges indie-pop typified by new song "Teen For Him," premiering below.
The song is taken from Value Void's forthcoming debut Sentimental, due October 26 via Tough Love Records. "Teen For Him" is described by Zabala as "a childish song about those moments when someone is having a personal crisis and are overcome by some weird infatuation, where the object of their desire has nothing to do with them. Like filling a gap."
Listen to "Teen For Him" below.
Value Void live dates:
1st - Album Launch show at Stag’s Head, London
10th - Sebright Arms, London, w/Olden Yolk