Indie-pop duo, RUUMER, are two sisters who’ve joined together to make some incredible music. Music became an outlet for these two sisters after breaking free from the chains of Catholic school and confines of suburban life. Melis and Jess have ditched their school uniforms for fashionable streetwear and want you to join their girl gang revolution. The emerging singer/songwriters have collaborated to cultivate a message through their music that is deeply rooted in empowering bad-ass females. RUUMER’s unique sound takes alternative pop with an urban influence from their adopted cities of NYC and LA to electrifying new places.
RUUMER, just released their new single “Gimme Some” (featuring Sammy Adams) along with the music video earlier this month
“Gimme Some” is a vibey, anthemic jam that is all about empowering women’s sexuality. Inspired by RUUMER’s Catholic school upbringing, it is essentially a satire on the sexually oppressing environment of their youth. The record has a theme of juxtaposition as you hear a choir inspired beat with the girls’ playful vocals praying to God to “get some” tonight.
After their previous singles, “House of Cards” and “Heels”, gained praise from outlets such as Idolator, Perez Hilton and Galore, the girls are extremely excited to share their new music. RUUMER hopes that their fans listen to the song and empowers them to embrace their sexuality and be comfortable in their own skin. “As girls who grew up feeling like outcasts, know that it always gets better. Use your weirdness and creativity to find your passion and never ever give up on your dreams. No matter how big or small.”