"Help Me Help You”, the fourth single by pop band VEAUX, is clearly the trio's easiest to dance to. Don’t let the slick production fool you though, the band has a reputation for songs that elicit deep nostalgia, and this track is no different. The verses suggest a mutual attraction between a pair of lovers, though only one of them is willing to admit it. “I just want to hear you love me too” we hear just before the start of a sparse, pumping chorus that lands somewhere directly between Maroon 5 and The 1975. “Help Me Help You” is a fun upbeat summer track that will bring you back to that one summer fling you never quite got over.
The name VEAUX (pronounced “vō”), a colloquial French term for “commoner,” is a nod to the humble origins of the members and their desire to always stay true to who they are. Aaron Wagner has this to say on the subject: “When we look back on our lives as old men, I want to be able to say that we were true to ourselves. We spent years being paralyzed by fear and perfectionism, and we are finally in a place as a band and as a family to create honest art and let the chips fall where they may.”