Remi Wolf may have only released her debut album last year, but the LA-based songwriter has already returned with an updated version of Juno that includes a handful of additional tracks written and recorded during the same period as those that made the final cut. “I wanted the new songs featured on the Juno Deluxe album to act as bookends to the writing process of the Juno era of my life,” she explained in a press release. “‘Fired’ and ‘Sugar’ were both written right before I started seriously working on Juno, while ‘Cake’ and ‘Michael’ were written right after the album came out. I have so much nostalgia for these songs. They send me right back to where I was mentally and physically during, before, and after one of the most challenging, creative, and interesting times of my life.”
With that deluxe version out today, Wolf is also revealing an intense visual for the track “Cake,” which follows the lyrics’ narrative of impulsively getting a cake tattoo to extremes both sexual and criminal as the first-person, acid-tinged, sped-up visual sees the songwriter go full Hardcore Henry.