10 years ago Meg Remy released “Red Ford Radio”, a haunted AM radio transmission taken from her sophomore album as U.S. Girls. Its stark arrangement is comprised of two elements - a hypnotic, chant-like vocal cast against a reverb-doused drum machine. Rhythm and voice; a beat, and a story. While Remy’s subsequent album works have been marked by increasingly colourful adornments, this elemental dynamic has remained at the core of her work. It’s little surprise then, that Remy has returned to this early mastery of form, capping a decade of U.S.