Pip the Pansy
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Pip the Pansy

Atlanta, GA | Established. Jan 01, 2017 | SELF

Atlanta, GA | SELF
Established on Jan, 2017
Solo Pop Indie





Today’s music scene is no stranger to girl-power bubblegum pink pop, but still, it seems some of the artists that make the most progressive moves in the genre live underground on lesser-traveled Soundcloud pages. Pip The Pansy is a name you may not know, but very well may soon due to her fresh approach at the ever beloved uplifting sound.

"We’re leaving the party now
Can you show us out?
The sky looks cooler
We’re sitting on the roof
So when you raise the roof
We’ll be that much higher"
“All My Friends Are Animals” – Pip the Pansy

Atwood Magazine is proud to premiere “All My Friends Are Animals,” Pip the Pansy’s latest single from her pending EP Royal Blue Daydream. The song is fueled by pure pop energy, sonically bright and synthetically heavy.

Formerly known as Wrenn, Pansy’s initial sound was a bit darker and controlled. Comparatively, the new release acts as an explosion of personality and positivity, quickly pinning Pansy as a fun and well-versed persona in a pop world sometimes lacking diversity.

"We’ve taken to the stars
For a night that’s ours
Under skies of glitter
We’ve got our heads in clouds
So when you see the clouds
Baby don’t be bitter"

Pansy is the definition of a free spirit. It’s seen in her Instagram’s easy going aesthetic. It’s heard in her controlled, yet equally wild vocals. “All My Friends Are Animals” feels like a fitting declaration of individualism from what the world has seen in her online presence. The song’s message speaks of embracing one’s inner “animal,” or unique traits, and owning them to their full exposure. Unlike many common bubblegum party anthems, Pansy plays on the idea of being an introvert in lyrics like “We’re leaving the party now, can you show us out, the sky looks cooler.”

The song is the musical equivalent of throwing confetti and all cares of judgement and uncomfortable interpersonal interaction to the wind. It’s a declaration of independence and confidence, a true uplifting pop picture, designed perfectly with catchy synthetic production and relatable lyrics that are sure to lurk in the brain of every listener.

Sonically, the piece is impressive in its composure, bordering on basic in a way that allows the raw demeanor of the song to shine with pure passion and joy. Pansy’s voice holds a genuine passion, implying that the song’s message holds true in her own life.

What makes the single so alluring is Pansy’s decision to challenge the conventional pop anthem. There is most definitely a movement toward individuality and the idea of living a totally free, socially-impressive life, but most of these hype pieces sound scripted as if the message is what the writer thinks the world needed to hear. Instead of writing about the party, Pip the Pansy has written about leaving one. Instead of writing about the perfect night, she has written about the one that might have been a little strange, but holds the best memories because there wasn’t a fake moment. It’s a true sincerity in a genre may times known for extravagant facades. Still, Pansy has put the party in the song, holding true to what all pop fans love about the genre. She’s advanced the stereotype to a place of honest representation, and in doing so, has lived up to the message of the song: embracing your own characteristics and ideas is the best thing to do. - Atwood Magazine


Pip the Pansy invites listeners to dive into a sensory fantasy in her delightful new video for "Overboard," premiering exclusively on PopCrush.

The Athens, Georgia-bred singer-songwriter wanders an urban aquarium in the glittery, whimsical clip for her latest single off Royal Blue Daydream. Awash in dreamy blue hues, Pip twirls and lounges amid colorful fish-filled glass enclosures and neon lights, her lilting vocal ebbing and flowing like a moonlit wave as she sings about her desire for intimacy over a twinkling synth-pop soundscape.

"The aquarium is so dreamy and beautiful," the artist shares about the music video's filming location. "It seemed like the appropriate place to create a feeling of blurred memories." - Pop Crush


Pip the Pansy returns with her new electro pop single, 'Breathing Fire.' The song feels like a combination of Goldfrapp and Lady Gaga, channeling unapologetic female strength and biting electric production. The lyrics explore the undeniable energy of unstoppable rage, comparing passionate anger to breathing fire. The chorus will imprint on you upon first listen, especially the scream that ends it. An arpeggiating synth signals a breakdown as Pip The Pansy's voice takes on a more whispery tone, transporting listeners to a less aggressive scene, but only for moment as the chorus returns with a vengeance. Pip The Pansy is our new favorite female icon, one listen to 'Breathing Fire' and you'll agree. - LA on Lock


Still working on that hot first release.



Pip the Pansy (fka Wrenn) is the freshest Rainbow Pop artist to come out of Atlanta, GA. Unapologetically authentic and armed with a voice that can be lilting, playful, or bold, Pansy has marched onto the scene with her own quirky confidence. 

In true renaissance form, she is the creative mind behind everything she does from her self-produced artwork and videos to the bubblegum-chic outfits she wears on stage. An accomplished photographer, artist, model, and classically trained flutist, Pansy first stepped onto the stage in 2014 and devoted the following year crafting a sound and look that took her from unknown to headlining act at the historic Georgia Theater.

In late 2016 Pansy travelled to Matchbox Studios in Austin, TX where she worked with producer and artist David Butler of MISSIO to create her latest release, Royal Blue Daydream. It was with this release that she retired the name “Wrenn” and bloomed into Pip the Pansy, a name that would better suit the playfulness and colorful personality of her new music. 

The Royal Blue Daydream EP “acts as an explosion of personality and positivity, quickly pinning Pansy as a fun and well-versed persona in a pop world sometimes lacking diversity” (Atwood Magazine). The EP includes songs like “All My Friends Are Animals” which has been described as “an anthem for introverts” and title track “Royal Blue Daydream”, a charming commentary on screen addictions. 

From dreamy flute melodies, explosive synth hooks, and lyrics rooted in her deep awareness of life’s brevity, Pansy proves she is more than your typical pop artist. She is a dynamic force of nature and continues to turn industry heads with her visual command, and an overwhelmingly joyous presence.

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