MUNA Share 'But I'm a Cheerleader'-Inspired Video for New Single Featuring Phoebe Bridgers
The visual features the band at a deceptively sunny conversion therapy camp
Published Sep 07, 2021MUNA have shared a new single called "Silk Chiffon," out now on Saddest Factory Records.
The trio's latest features tour mate and label head Phoebe Bridgers and comes attached to an Ally Pankiw-directed video heavily inspired by Jamie Babbit's 1999 queer cult classic But I'm a Cheerleader, which starred Natasha Lyonne and Clea DuVall.
The video exists in the same universe of the film, as the band members attend a deceptively summery conversion therapy camp before escaping. The video also stars Bridgers and comedian Caleb Hearon.
In a statement, guitarist and producer Naomi McPherson said that "Silk Chiffon" is "a song for kids to have their first gay kiss to."
You can listen to the sunny, early-2000s pop rock-inspired single and check out the video below.