Los Angeles trio MUNA appeared on the latest episode of CBS Saturday Morning, performing three songs from their recent self-titled album.
The outfit – who are signed to Phoebe Bridgers‘ Saddest Factory Records – picked ‘Solid’, ‘Kind Of Girl’ and the popular ‘Silk Chiffon’ for their set, for which they were flanked by their touring drummer and backup guitarist.
Watch the performances below.
In a four-star review of the album, NME‘s El Hunt wrote: “It should be clear that this lot know how to pen a whopper of a pop anthem – that remains apparent here – but more crucially ‘MUNA’ also serves as solid evidence of a band with many more chapters of evolution up their sleeves yet.”
Earlier this month, the outfit released a five-track live EP titled ‘Live At Electric Lady’. It featured live renditions of several tracks from ‘MUNA’, including ‘Silk Chiffon’ and ‘Kind Of Girl’, as well as a cover of Taylor Swift’s ‘August’, lifted from her 2020 surprise album ‘Folklore’.
“The whole environment at Electric Lady Studios is so supportive and open,” the band said in a press statement at the time. “‘August’ took on this very breathy, quiet quality that we hadn’t anticipated, but we just went with.”