New coloured vinyl pressing of Los Angeles-based trio Muna's sophomore album Saves The World. Where debut About U fostered their dark-pop label, Muna expanded their horizons on follow-up Saves The World. Thematically the LA trio stepped away from the overwhelming trials and tribulations of love. Lead single and unabashed dancefloor banger ‘Number One Fan’ itself is a reaction to their post-tour comedown, stepping from universal adoration to isolation and finding a way to celebrate the self. That isn’t to say heartbreak doesn’t feature prominently; the rousing synths of ‘Who’ underpin frustration and rejection, and the Robyn-like ‘Never’ opens with the defining: “I don’t know if I like love, I think I’ve had enough.” It’s here that Katie Gavin, Naomi McPherson and Josette Maskin have enabled themselves to soar, breaking free from the shackles of failed relationships. Instead ‘Saves The World’ sees them look inwards, gliding from the melancholy of ‘Navy Blue’ to the hope of the climatic ‘It’s Gonna Be OK, Baby’ - a track which depicts emotional healing with powerful accuracy. Their sound follows suit, sparingly swapping the dense synths for outright pop. The whimsically titled ‘Good News (Ya Ya Song)’ delivers just that, and ‘Taken’ channels more than a little Carly Rae.
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