MUNA have announced their new, self-titled album.
The full-length is set to arrive on 24th June via their new label, the Phoebe Bridgers helmed Saddest Factory Records.
The news comes alongside a new single, ‘Anything But Me’.
Speaking about the track, the trio explains: “Breaking up is hard to do. In the past we’ve stayed in relationships for a long time, waiting until we hit low lows to admit it was over. ‘Anything But Me’ is a song about leaving a partnership simply because it doesn’t feel right. It’s about trusting yourself and your instincts enough to walk away from someone while you still have love for each other and before it gets too bad.
“The video for the song plays with the idea that we’ve been our own captors in relationships, keeping ourselves in unhealthy dynamics, maybe because that’s what feels familiar. The song embodies the lightness and a playfulness that floods in when you realize that there’s no lock on the door, no one’s holding you back – you can untie the knot and skip into the sunset whenever you’re ready. Now, who can guess what attachment style I have?”
You can check it out below.
MUNA are set to hit the UK this May, where they’ll play a sold-out show at London’s Garage (10th May) before heading south for Brighton’s The Great Escape on 12th May.