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MUNA announce their new era with a “different” third studio album

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Indie-pop trio MUNA has released the date of their self-titled album under Phoebe Bridgers’ Saddest Factory Records label. Yesterday, the Los Angeles-based band shared a social media post featuring a snippet of their new single Anything But Me.

Alongside a brief clip, the 11-second video gave fans an early indicator of the band’s signature synth-pop sound. Ahead of the single release, MUNA took to Twitter to reveal more about the album phase: “I really hope y’all like what’s coming tomorrow.

This new era can feel scary bc it’s different! not as much pain and self-punishment. but we’re still MUNA :).” The band’s self-titled album, MUNA, will be released on 24th June via Phoebe Bridgers‘ Saddest Factory Records.

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