LA pop-crafters MUNA have something of a solid track record by now when it comes to putting out straight-to-the-point bangers. Their latest ‘Crying on the Bathroom Floor’ carries on firmly in the same tradition. And, as is their want, MUNA haven’t just crafted a solid gold melody here, oh no. Picking you up from the bathroom tiles, drying your eyes, and proclaiming the importance of putting yourself first, this is an anthem for healing, and coming back stronger.
As the sage, and forever wise Samantha Jones of Sex and the City once said, “I love you, Richard, but I love me more.” It’s a mantra that MUNA clearly abide by, and all. Smashing through a wall of pain and heartbreak ‘Crying on the Bathroom Floor’ battles, conquers, and demands better.
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