I love it when a pop artist makes me look at them differently. Call Me Loop has been doing this in her last few music releases. (Although particularly more so since the pandemic restrictions eased). I now feel more switched over to Call Me Loop than ever. I believe she outdid herself with her latest pop banger, “Pattern of Behaviour.” Everyone’s eyes and ears need to be on her and this song.
When taking a look, the first thing that struck me about the track was that it appears to take musical cues from Dua Lipa. It is apparent not only in the disco-tinted music, but also in the vocal style. I know I have said before that Mimi Webb looks the likeliest candidate to fill Dua Lipa’s shoes. (When she heads off for a break to pour all her energy into dreaming up album number three.) On the strength of “Pattern of Behaviour,” Call Me Loop now figures in this equation.
It is noticeable how her artistry has come on in leaps and bounds. About the track, she says…
“It’s me holding my hands up to my flaws, but also kind of succumbing to them and saying, ‘this is me; this will always be me.’”
Aside from working up some stellar tracks, she is also putting her all in where making music videos is concerned. And, without a doubt loves nothing better than to use her videos to tell a story. She is making it her signature brand of late to include dance routines and reference sporting themes. The Wheeler Films directed clip for “Pattern of Behaviour,” picks up on the trend.
Did you ever have all of your boyfriends show up at once when you were spending an evening in a club?…. awkward. Check out the video to see how Call Me Loop deals with the tricky situation.
It is not hard to see why Call Me Loop is gaining ground. With this current batch of new music, she is upping the ante and then some. If you are not hip to Call Me Loop yet, be sure to get familiar, cause she’s ready to join Dua Lipa, Mimi Webb, and Tate McRae as one of pop’s brightest stars.
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