LA-based pop-rock duo VOILÀ continues to try and crack the “girl code” by releasing their new music video for their latest single, “Girls Don’t Come with Instructions.” Featuring the talented duo and Maya Rangulu, the Luke Eisner and Sarayu Caulfield-directed music video is a fun addition to the already fun and relatable single.
On the topic of their new music video, the pop-rockers stated, “our new music video for “Girls Don’t Come with Instructions” is our most playful one yet. As we desperately try to understand what this mysterious girl could possibly want, we’re constantly changing our approaches (and outfits) to find out what her type is, but unfortunately, without any success.”
The playful music video perfectly translates the themes and aspects of the duo’s latest single and adds to the layers created by the already relatable music experience, with the pair ultimately failing to crack the mythical “girl code.”
If you’d like to catch VOILÀ live and find yourself in the Anaheim area of Southern California on May 28, tickets can currently be purchased for Set It Off’s Why Worry Fest, which will also feature The Ready Set, In Her Own Words, Rivals, Weathers, Cray, No Love For The Middle Child, and First and Forever filling in the fun-sounding lineup.