U.S. Girls “Tux (Your Body Fills Me, Boo)”

U.S. Girls share video for Tux (Your Body Fills Me Boo). The track is off their forthcoming release This Big Mess, available February 24
Meg Remy photo by Emma McIntyre

Prior to the release of their album Bless This Mess, which will drop via Mountain Records/4AD, U.S. Girls, AKA: experimental pop artist Meg Remy, has released the new single “Tux (Your Body Fills Me, Boo).” Widely acclaimed for crafting intimate character studies that draw the listener into the interior mindsets and experiences of her subjects, “Tux” offers a new perspective as a sultry, wounded, empowering disco masterpiece sung from the point of view of a discarded tuxedo. The song is paired with a surreal neon video starring dancer Libydo. U.S. Girls have North American tour dates kicking off April 13, 2023 in Montreal with stops including Brooklyn and wrapping with two hometown nights at Velvet Underground in Toronto on April 27 + 28.

A dynamic suite of dexterous melodies and a nuanced artistic response to the complexities of motherhood, Bless This Mess was crafted in tandem with the conception and birth of Remy’s twin boys. It expands the sonic and thematic palette of U.S. Girls, fusing the muses of funk, mythology, and the radical disorientation of joy into an electric tapestry of anthems, aches, and awakenings.

U.S. Girls
Bless This Mess
Royal Mountain Records/4AD

1. Only Daedalus
2. Just Space For Light
3. Screen Face feat. Michael Rault
4. Futures Bet
5. So Typically Now
6. Bless This Mess
7. Tux (Your Body Fills Me, Boo)
8. RIP Roy G Biv feat. Marker Starling
9. St James Way
10. Pump feat. Alanna Stuart

Pre-order Bless This Mess BY U.S. Girls HERE


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