U.S. Girls – the nom de plume of North American multi-disciplinary and experimental pop artist Meg Remy – has shared a brand new song, “So Typically Now,” and a self-directed official companion video.
A sleek widescreen synth anthem that punctures the real estate bubble, “So Typically Now” features powerhouse backing vocalist Kyle Kidd and is the first taste of new U.S. Girls music since the release of Christmas song “Santa Stay Home” and the Polaris Music Prize-shortlisted album Heavy Light.
The new single follows Remy’s authorial debut with the release of last year’s memoir, Begin By Telling.
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