U.S. Girls


Although the name suggests that it is a band of American girls, U.S. Girls is a solo project by Meg Remy, practicing a distorted and strangely popped pop. The artist received comparisons with Julianna Barwick, Grimes, Tune-Yards and St. Vincent.

In 2007, the American born in Chicago and residing in Philadelphia began to make her home recordings, using various instruments and equipment, such as drum machine, microphones, tapes and different electronic devices. Among his first records are two albums - 'Introducing ...' (2008) and 'Go Grey' (2010) - released by the Siltbreeze label.

In 2011, living in Toronto, Canada, U.S. Girls released an album entitled 'U.S. Girls On Kraak' by the Belgian label (K-RAA-K) ³. The following year, the album 'GEM' was released by FatCat Records. In 2015, Meg Remy signed with 4AD, which released the album 'Half Free'. 4AD also released 'In a Poem Unlimited' in 2018. In early 2020, a new album, entitled 'Heavy Light', was released.

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