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MUNA - Crying On The Bathroom Floor

So throwback that even your Mum will love it.
MUNA - Crying On The Bathroom Floor
Published: 10:48 am, January 24, 2017
So throwback that even your Mum will love it.



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A thick slice of dark pop pie, MUNA’s new single ‘Crying On The Bathroom Floor’ is aptly titled. Cracking 80’s synth sounds that build and build; an almighty chorus - it teases until it falls away into an ether, but it then snaps back into reality.

There’s a sheer determination that stops an almighty emotional breakdown, though, keeping pushing forward as if its life depended on it. In a world where we’re pining for that second HAIM album, MUNA do more than just fill a gap.

So throwback that even your Mum will love it. Steven Loftin

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