U.S. Girls Share New Song “Bless This Mess”: Watch the Video
U.S. Girls have shared their second new song of 2022: The new track, “Bless This Mess,” arrives with a music video featuring real-life footage of Meg Remy from 1998, digitally altered to match the song’s lyrics. Check it out below.
The new visual was created by Remy and artist Evan Gordon. In a press release, Gordon explained how it came to be:
In July, Remy shared the track “So Typically Now,” which satirized pandemic relocation privileges. Since 2020’s Heavy Light, Remy has released an essay collection titled Begin By Telling, shared a Christmas single titled “Santa Stay Home,” and reworked material by the pianist Glenn Gould. She also covered the Birthday Party’s “Junkyard” for a 4AD 40th anniversary compilation and remixed Seth Bogart’s “Boys Who Don’t Wanna Be Boys.”
Revisit Pitchfork’s 2020 feature “U.S. Girls on the Absurdist Meme, Anti-Colonial History, and Soul Records That Inspired Heavy Light.”