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Muna are ‘back’, and they’ve brought the topest of bops with them

‘Number One Fan’ is all sorts of fun, and comes ahead of their second album, 'Saves The World'.
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Published: 9:22 pm, June 07, 2019
Muna are ‘back’, and they’ve brought the topest of bops with them

Oh, and indeed BLIMEY. Muna are ‘back’, and they’ve brought the topest of bops with them.

A squelching synth-pop sherbet dip, ‘Number One Fan’ is all sorts of fun, and comes with an equally brilliant video. You can check that out below.

They’ve got a new album ‘on the way’ later this year, too, which is really very exciting indeed. It's called 'Saves The World', and is set to arrive on 6th September 2019.

Speaking about 'Number One Fan', MUNA explain: “Number One Fan is the first release from an album that we truly cannot wait to share with our fans. It is a song about recognizing the negative voices in your head and learning to speak back to them. It’s a joyful and surprising experience to recognize that, just as we can all be our own biggest haters, we can also decide to be our own biggest fans. We can choose to believe in ourselves, to take notice of all the little admirable things we do, to applaud every inch of progress and comfort ourselves through every pitfall. It’s an incredibly liberating process, learning to love ourselves this way. In this culture, we are almost taught to look to other people to fill up some void in ourselves. What happens when we accept that we are already whole? We become our own icons. We become unstoppable and un-buyable. We save the world. No, just kidding, sorry we got caught up in the moment. (But maybe!)”

You can add your own ‘big fan of this’ wordplay here.

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