Pitchfork Review Latest Now, Now Single "MJ"

Thrilled to have Pitchfork review Now, Now's new single, "MJ," the latest track to be offered up ahead of the band's forthcoming album release. "The Minnesota duo Now, Now are adept at finding sweet spots between nervy emo and shimmering, Carly Rae Jepsen-like pop," Pitchfork write, "and they strike that balance once again on 'MJ.'" The song imagines KC Dalager venting about a relationship to the King of Pop himself.

"...Dalager's under-her-breath confessions and the chugging rhythm generate a constant tension, one that animates the song and compels you to try and crack its code," Pitchfork continue, "'MJ" may be unorthodox, but it's a tribute Jackson would understand: a song you can't get out of your head."

Be sure to read the full piece on Pitchfork & listen to "MJ" via SoundCloudSaved is out May 18th on Trans Records.

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