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Bless This Mess
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Heavy Light
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Heavy Light
$14.99
In A Poem Unlimited
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$21.99
Gem
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Derek
September 8th 2023
So great to see Meg and the band perform again. Thank you for an amazing show ❤️
Los Angeles, CA@
Teragram Ballroom
Josh
September 8th 2023
Best live show I’ve seen since last time I saw them live a few years back!! I go to a lot of shows at all different kinds of venues, but this band in a small venue always stands out as the best ✨
Los Angeles, CA@
Teragram Ballroom
Jerad
October 10th 2019
The Girls are one of the great live bands going right now. This was small crowded and intense show that blew away people. Only knock was it went about an hour.
Brooklyn, NY@
Union Pool
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About U.S. Girls

U.S. Girls is American-born, Meg Remy’s musical moniker. The Toronto-based multidisciplinary artist's music traces a circuitous evolution. It encompasses unconventional, challenging sound work as prominently as her vocally-driven explorations of American pop mores (often on the same album). Since 2007, Remy has toured several times in Europe, Eastern Canada and the United States. She accompanies her hugely distinctive voice with innovative set-ups, including combinations of reel-to-reel players, tape decks, and samplers, as well as occasionally singing with a full band. Remy has released a clutch of original records on labels as diverse as Siltbreeze, Kraak, FatCat and her own Calico Corp. imprint. While her early Siltbreeze-released works, ‘Introducing…’ and ‘Go Grey’, explore the limits of 4-track fidelity, they also bear hallmarks of a budding melodic ear, and vocal cadences clearly born of constant exposure to oldies radio. Given this, it’s little surprise that subsequent U.S. Girls records, ‘U.S. Girls on Kraak’ and ‘Gem’ (both co-produced with Remy’s partner, Slim Twig), are works of unabashed pop art. The two albums brought Remy’s voice further into focus, while evincing a playful disregard for genre in splicing together styles as disparate as R n’ B, glam rock, and sound collage. Perhaps what’s most striking about the cumulative power of these records, when taken in combination with her concurrent collage and film work, is Remy’s consistent vision. Her exploration of feminist themes relating to abuse and gender inequality become more clearly defined, even as her sound appears to evolve toward a mainstream, pop idiom. Her narrative use of an ‘everywoman’ perspective in her lyrics forms something of a feminine counterpoint to Bruce Springsteen’s work. Through this prism, Remy’s project gains resonance as a form of social commentary; music with something truly at stake. U.S. Girls appears as wholly original, Meg Remy's fiercely independent, modern brand of art-based, American feminism. This site is not run by one U.S. Girl but is U.S. Girls approved.
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Genres:
Pop, Experimental Pop

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U.S. Girls merch
amazonview store

Bless This Mess
$11.27
Heavy Light
$42.92
Heavy Light
$14.99
In A Poem Unlimited
$22.99
Half Free
$21.99
Gem
$14.98
View All

Fan Reviews

Derek
September 8th 2023
So great to see Meg and the band perform again. Thank you for an amazing show ❤️
Los Angeles, CA@
Teragram Ballroom
Josh
September 8th 2023
Best live show I’ve seen since last time I saw them live a few years back!! I go to a lot of shows at all different kinds of venues, but this band in a small venue always stands out as the best ✨
Los Angeles, CA@
Teragram Ballroom
Jerad
October 10th 2019
The Girls are one of the great live bands going right now. This was small crowded and intense show that blew away people. Only knock was it went about an hour.
Brooklyn, NY@
Union Pool
View More Fan Reviews

About U.S. Girls

U.S. Girls is American-born, Meg Remy’s musical moniker. The Toronto-based multidisciplinary artist's music traces a circuitous evolution. It encompasses unconventional, challenging sound work as prominently as her vocally-driven explorations of American pop mores (often on the same album). Since 2007, Remy has toured several times in Europe, Eastern Canada and the United States. She accompanies her hugely distinctive voice with innovative set-ups, including combinations of reel-to-reel players, tape decks, and samplers, as well as occasionally singing with a full band. Remy has released a clutch of original records on labels as diverse as Siltbreeze, Kraak, FatCat and her own Calico Corp. imprint. While her early Siltbreeze-released works, ‘Introducing…’ and ‘Go Grey’, explore the limits of 4-track fidelity, they also bear hallmarks of a budding melodic ear, and vocal cadences clearly born of constant exposure to oldies radio. Given this, it’s little surprise that subsequent U.S. Girls records, ‘U.S. Girls on Kraak’ and ‘Gem’ (both co-produced with Remy’s partner, Slim Twig), are works of unabashed pop art. The two albums brought Remy’s voice further into focus, while evincing a playful disregard for genre in splicing together styles as disparate as R n’ B, glam rock, and sound collage. Perhaps what’s most striking about the cumulative power of these records, when taken in combination with her concurrent collage and film work, is Remy’s consistent vision. Her exploration of feminist themes relating to abuse and gender inequality become more clearly defined, even as her sound appears to evolve toward a mainstream, pop idiom. Her narrative use of an ‘everywoman’ perspective in her lyrics forms something of a feminine counterpoint to Bruce Springsteen’s work. Through this prism, Remy’s project gains resonance as a form of social commentary; music with something truly at stake. U.S. Girls appears as wholly original, Meg Remy's fiercely independent, modern brand of art-based, American feminism. This site is not run by one U.S. Girl but is U.S. Girls approved.
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Genres:
Pop, Experimental Pop

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