Boygenius is Back!

The indie girl-group announced their reunion with three new singles.


"Babe, wake up, Boygenius is back." 

The indie powerhouse trio, composed of Phoebe Bridgers, Lucy Dacus, and Julien Baker, have made their grand return, announcing their upcoming self-explanatorily titled album the record. Their latest project will be Boygenius' first-ever full-length LP since their self-titled debut EP back in 2018. The band unexpectedly dropped this announcement on Wednesday, January 19th, along with three songs from the record.

Fans knew to expect a comeback from the group when they were listed in the 2023 Coachella line-up a week prior. Despite no music under the Boygenius label since 2018, the indie songstresses frequently collaborate on their solo records, singing backup on select tracks. In 2021, the three reunited on stage for the first time at a charity event in San Francisco. 



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The three indie superstars of Boygenius have been quite busy since their last outing, releasing over seven new albums and projects between the band. In these three songs, the harmonious, unison singing of the previous record is replaced, and each member gets a turn to lead a track. The premiere track, "$20", is where Baker's pop-punk influences shine, followed by the soul-bearing lyrics of Bridgers' signature style in the melodic "I'm Sorry, Emily," finishing with the easy-listening of Dacus's "True Blue." 

Band member Phoebe Bridgers denied her rumored engagement to Irish actor Paul Mescal in a statement about her Boygenius track. "I'm Sorry, Emily" is about "falling love on the internet," said the singer to Rolling Stone. The singer is now rumored to be romantically linked to actor and comedian Bo Burnham. 

The record, and the rest of the nine tracks, is set to be released on March 31st, 2023. Boygenius is performing at the Coachella Music Festival in California on April 15th and April 22nd. 

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