Muna and Chelsea Jade at Wonder Ballroom in Portland, OR on Sep 16, 2019
The critically acclaimed Los Angeles-based trio MUNA have announced their highly anticipatedsophomore album Saves The World, which will be released on September 6th, 2019 via RCARecords. The lead single from the new record “Number One Fan” was released on June 7th and is asong about "recognizing the negative voices in your head and learning to speak back to them. It’s ajoyful and surprising experience to recognize that, just as we can all be our own biggest haters, wecan also decide to be our own biggest fans,” says MUNA.The band released their debut album About U in 2017 and since then the album has received masscritical acclaim from the likes of The Los Angeles Times, W Magazine, V Magazine, The FADER,SPIN, and many more. It also made a number of Year End Best Of lists including NPR’s “100 BestSongs of 2017” which stated, “the band created a musical safe space and an anthem for otherness,letting its joy speak as loudly as its defiance,” Billboard’s “50 Best Albums of 2017: Critics Pick”which called the album “spellbinding,” and “The Noisey Staff’s Favorite Tracks of the Year” whichpraised, “the Los Angeles trio has built a sanctuary in which it’s possible for marginalized people tolet go.” The trio have performed on The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon and Jimmy KimmelLive!. They have headlined shows globally and have previously toured with Miike Snow, Grouplove to name a few.
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