Los Angeles trio MUNA appeared on the newest episode of CBS Saturday Morning, performing three songs from their current self-titled album.
The outfit – who’re signed to Phoebe Bridgers‘ Saddest Manufacturing unit Information – picked ‘Strong’, ‘Sort Of Woman’ and the favored ‘Silk Chiffon’ for his or her set, for which they had been flanked by their touring drummer and backup guitarist.
Watch the performances beneath.
Launched in June, MUNA’s self-titled LP was their first beneath Bridgers’ new label, having left RCA after 2019’s ‘Saves The World’. It was previewed by singles ‘Something However Me’ and ‘Residence By Now’.
In a four-star evaluation of the album, NME‘s El Hunt wrote: “It must be clear that this lot know the way to pen a whopper of a pop anthem – that is still obvious right here – however extra crucially ‘MUNA’ additionally serves as strong proof of a band with many extra chapters of evolution up their sleeves but.”
Earlier this month, the outfit launched a five-track dwell EP titled ‘Dwell At Electrical Woman’. It featured dwell renditions of a number of tracks from ‘MUNA’, together with ‘Silk Chiffon’ and ‘Sort Of Woman’, in addition to a canopy of Taylor Swift’s ‘August’, lifted from her 2020 shock album ‘Folklore’.
“The entire atmosphere at Electrical Woman Studios is so supportive and open,” the band mentioned in a press assertion on the time. “‘August’ took on this very breathy, quiet high quality that we hadn’t anticipated, however we simply went with.”