Toronto duo TRP.P flip 80s R&B bliss on “Love, Calm Down”

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June 23, 2019

Toronto duo TRP.P recently shared their latest single "Love, Calm Down", an ode to moving past self-doubt. The single, a flip of Evelyn 's "Champagne" King 1982 classic "Love Come Down", serves as the first recent from their forthcoming album slated for later this year. The colorful video is rife with throwback elements, from bubble chairs to Skip-Its and even a nod to the now meme-worthy moment between Natalie Cole and Whitney Houston at the 1992 American Music Awards.


"As humans, we are slave to the cycle. The earth revolves, the seasons change, we give and receive love. And we get upset when it’s not simultaneous," said member Phoenix Pagliacci, who makes up half of the duo alongside produce Truss, to NOW Toronto. "This song reminds us we have all been there, and just because we aren’t getting love now, doesn’t mean we shouldn’t give it while we wait. It’s coming. It always does.”

Watch the video above and stream the track below.

Toronto duo TRP.P flip 80s R&B bliss on “Love, Calm Down”