The Young Professionals, commonly known as TYP (styled T¥P), is a duo from Israel and if you haven’t heard of them before, well you should have. The band is now joining forces with Anna F. for their brand-new single, “All Of It But Me”, which is receiving an American release as well.
One would originally say “All Of It But Me” is an electro-pop number, but in fact it’s electrifying pop all the way. Melodic and piano-driven, the beats perfectly lay on the keys and go all crazy and sick during the chorus. The vocals by both Austrian songbird Anna F. and The Young Professionals’ Ivri Lider compliment Johnny Goldstein’s intense yet addictive production, as they sing about the awkward moment when one’s beloved loses interest in them. Heartbreak on the dancefloor, that is.
The accompanying visuals are utterly shot in black and white, with Johnny playing the keys and both singers appearing in a box ring to sing their verses. In between, there are scenes of people in various states of pain, struggle and weirdness. According to The Young Professionals, what they were going for with the video was “how one’s inner mind will look like”, when experiencing the events described in the lyrics. They pretty much got it creatively on point, didn’t they?
"All Of It But Me" serves as the first single to be lifted from the band’s upcoming, sophomore studio album, Quick, Quick, Star, Star, Money, Money. Give it a listen and take a look at the music video below.