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Published on April 22nd, 2020 | by Guest Editor


Mima Good Misses the Club: New Single “Sad Club Night”

Photo by Michelle Lo Bianco

Brooklyn based Anti-Pop artist Mima Good just shared her bouncy new single “Sad Club Night” with Audiofemme. The singer, songwriter, producer, and multi-instrumentalist has been working on an exploratory, genre-bending collection of songs for the past year in her home studio. From a closet vocal booth covered in red velvet, Mima playfully serenades her microphone with youthful woes from a troubled world.

Listen here:

Written after a mid-winter night at an underground club, “Sad Club Night” is a dance bop with an edge. The artist recalls, “I came back from a reluctant night out, pulled off my ripped fishnets and started messing with some wobble bass. It wasn’t just the rhythm of the club that had stuck with me, but the mood of the kids swaying by my side. Beautiful people covered in black garments with red eyeliner that made them look kind of ill. I was thinking about the aestheticization of depression, living in a society that makes its youth so sad and sick that the display of it becomes trendy. There’s a solidarity in it that I find comforting, tragic, and a little funny… that we are all kinda fucked but we’re in it together so we might as well dance.”

Keep up with Mima Good to receive updates on her upcoming album at http://mimagoodworld.com/

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