MISUN’s “June” Turns Anxiety Into An Anthem

The Washington D.C. group’s new single is a force of nature.

January 12, 2016

Washington D.C. project MISUN make exhilarating power pop. They're releasing a limited edition cassette single (which will also be available digitally, of course) via B3SCI Records. On one side is "Give It Up," and on the other (the AA side) is "June," produced by Nacey, and featuring Gil The Kid.

I awoke one night wondering who I was, "June" begins. Frontwoman Misun Wojcik told The FADER over email that the track "was inspired by waking up and having racing thoughts in the middle of the night."


"Thoughts like realizing you don't have as much control as you might of once thought and being saddened and angered by it," she added. "The song is also a rebellion against those feelings and is a fight for hope." Invigorated by crazy guitar and frantic synth, those racing thoughts—Am I letting go? Was I ever in control?—are turned into an anthem for insomniacs.

Listen to "June" below, and pre-order the single here.

3/01 - Communion NYC @ Rockwood Music Hall
3/02 - Communion DC @ Jammin' Java
3/03 - Communion Philadelphia @ MilkBoy

MISUN’s “June” Turns Anxiety Into An Anthem