U.S. Girls share dance-fuelled Eli Escobar remix of ‘So Typically Now’

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Photo credit: Emma McEntyre

U.S. Girls – the nom de plume of North American multi-disciplinary and experimental pop artist Meg Remy – takes her latest single, So Typically Now, out on the dance floor. Collaborating with Eli Escobar, the NY house and disco evangelist spins the original synth-pop banger into a hard, bassy slice of dance nostalgia – referencing Paradise Garage and beyond. Listen to the reworking of So Typically Now via YouTube below or listen here.

The original version of So Typically Now has racked up 750k+ streams, and with a new U.S. Girls album on the horizon, this breathes further life into the powerhouse indie crossover hit. And those signature, show stopping backing vocals courtesy of Kyle Kidd kick off the remix track.

Watch the Meg Remy directed video for and listen to the original So Typically Now single. 

Originally from Illinois, Meg Remy is established as one of the most acclaimed songwriters and performers to emerge from Toronto’s eclectic underground music scene where she currently lives. As the creative force behind the musical entity U.S. Girls, her celebrated discography spans 15 years from early experimental works released on the Siltbreeze label, and includes three Polaris Prize shortlisted albums: ‘Half Free’ (2015), ‘In A Poem Unlimited’ (2018), and ‘Heavy Light’ (2020). All three albums also garnered JUNO Award nominations for Best Alternative Album. Meg has toured extensively through Europe and North America, establishing a reputation for politically astute commentary and theatrical performances with her extended U.S. Girls band, named the best live act of 2018 by Paste Magazine. During this time Remy has maintained a visual arts practice, exhibiting collage work and directing several music videos and other video art works including her short film ‘Woman’s Advocate’ (2014), in which she also performed. Recently Remy published her first book, a memoir called ‘Begin By Telling’ (2021).

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