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We Can't Stop Listening To Andy Bull's 'Talk Too Much'

Get your New Wave fix with his new song.

I don't know what it is exactly about Andy Bull's new song, "Talk Too Much," but I'm completely in the mood for all the '80s-throwback goodness it's serving up.

Blame it on the rain "Jem And The Holograms" casting announcement, I guess.

Backed by a synth-heavy instrumental that could very well be the lovechild of The Cure's "Love Song" and The Thompson Twins' "Lies," the Australian singer-songwriter describes a relationship on the rocks: "Baby, I talk too much, talk too much/ I told you that I heard you crying to yourself/ I pretended I was asleep."

Paired with the audio is a non-video visual (kind of like what St. Vincent did for "Digital Witness" a few months back) where Andy sits pensively in a restaurant booth. Although he removes what looks to be an engagement or wedding band from his left hand, the ring is back in its original position by clip's end.

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So, are you single or not right now, buddy? You're really sending me mixed messages. Sorry, I swear that wasn't my only takeaway from your work.

Look for Andy Bull's second studio album, Sea of Approval, when it drops on July 11.