Who Is She? Share “MoviePass”

Who Is She? Share "MoviePass." The track is off the Seattle supergroup's forthcoming album Goddess Energy, available August 25th
Who Is She? photo by Frank Correa

Seattle supergroup Who Is She? have shared new single, “MoviePass”. The talky homage to the beginning of the movie ticket subscription service is accompanied by a claymation video by Violet Crabtree that captures the magic of a night at the cinema. The single follows “Thursday” and “My My Orca Card”, all taken from their upcoming Goddess Energy LP, out August 25, 2023 on Father/Daughter Records. Who Is She? includes Robin Edwards (Lisa Prank), Bree Mckenna (Tacocat), Julia Shapiro (Chastity Belt), and their newest member Emily Nokes (Tacocat)

On the track, the band offers: “We wrote this when the beloved but ill-fated movie subscription service MoviePass was a thing of the past, but we must have cast a spell for it to come back. This song is about existing in this brief, beautiful glitch in time where we could see as many movies as we wanted in the theater. MoviePass was the one that got away, a love that burned bright and fast, and knowing it’s over but wishing you could go back. Movie theaters also are significant to Bree and Robin, who both worked as popcorn-scoopers in their early 20s.”

Who Is She?
Goddess Energy
Track list
Father/Daughter Records

1. Goddess Energy
2. 96 Ghouls
3. MoviePass
4. Thursday
5. My My Orca Card
6. Shania
7. Anne Hathaway
8. Please Don’t Kick Us Out
9. Sea-Monkeys
10. Bitch for God
11. All Mixed Up

Who Is She? 2023 Live Dates

June 23 – Portland, OR @ The Fixin’ To
July 3 – Vancouver, BC @ Commodore Ballroom (w/ Le Tigre)
July 4 – Vancouver, BC @ Commodore Ballroom (w/ Le Tigre)
July 6 – Seattle, WA @ Paramount Theatre (w/ Le Tigre)
August 2 – Seattle, WA @ The Moore (w/ Normal Gossip Podcast)
August 4 – Snoqualmie, WA @ Gigantic Bicycle Festival

Pre order Goddess Energy by Who Is She? HERE


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