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Album: A Poem Unlimited (2017)


  • The first single from In A Poem Unlimited, finds U.S. Girls, aka Meg Remy, singing about taking up arms against violent men. She said:

    "Men are lucky women (and children) have yet to take up arms. And although I hope this never happens, and I completely disagree that violence is ever effective, this very idea was ripe for a song."
  • The song's music video was shot in Remy's hometown of Toronto and finds the singer taking on the role of a cop, investigating an instance of domestic violence.


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