Meghan Remy has made music as U.S. Girls for more than a decade. The Toronto-based artist's music ranges from solo experimental music to pop-rock with a full band. Her latest album, "In A Poem Unlimited," is one of the most acclaimed indie releases of 2018.
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U.S. Girls stopped into the CPR Performance Studio before a show at Denver's Larimer Lounge. Remy and her seven-piece backing band played a few songs from "In A Poem Unlimited" and spoke with Jeremy Petersen about expanding the band's sound with more musicians, sampling hip-hop songs on the new record and mixing angry lyrics with upbeat music.
Stream the session above (Update: Audio is no longer available).
- "Pearly Gates"
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