Brooklyn-based artist pronoun may be a fresh face in the indie musical landscape, but she has burst onto the scene with a polished sound that is mature beyond her years. Today, she releases Funeral Advantage's infectious remix of "a million other things," a standout track from her impressive November 2016 EP There's no one new around you.
Out now on Rhyme & Reason Records, the catchy indie dance rework is included in the rework package Use passport to choose new location, out March 3rd, which also includes smooth edits from Future Generations, YEYEY and Charles Fauna. When asked about Funeral Advantage's remix, pronoun gushed about its origins:
"I found Funeral Advantage about 6 months ago on Spotify. His song "Gardensong" was on my Discover Weekly playlist and I immediately fell in love with his whole record. I found him on Facebook and shot him an email with the idea of reproducing one of my songs. I will never forget the first time I heard it, I was outside the Meatball Shop in Williamsburg having a cigarette and nearly started cry-laughing. It's so special."
Poised for a breakthrough 2017, pronoun will be performing at renowned Austin, Texas festival SXSW as well as Savannah's Stopover Music Festival with the likes of Julien Baker, Kishi Bashi, Lewis Del Mar and more. As for Funeral Advantage, the Bostonian beatsmith is releasing his Please Help Me EP on February 28th, which you can pre-order here.