The tracks serve as the third and fourth singles from the upcoming album, following up the energy-packed “Quiet On Set” and “Grumpy Old Man”. Both “Guerrilla” and “Sexy Villain” are accompanied by visuals that highlight Remi’s knack for effervescent visual aesthetics.
“Grumpy Old Man” is a strutting tune that was inspired, in Wolf’s words, by “some of the most benign things [that] can make me irritated and defensive, which makes me feel old, fragile, and careless.” Though equally distinct, both offerings share Wolf’s cathartic ability to create light from the darkest corners.
Says Wolf on the creation of Juno: “Creating my debut album Juno was like a fever dream. So many changes were happening in my life while I was creating these songs and I think my album really reflects the feelings of tension and release that these changes provoked in me. Every song on this record is a vivid snapshot into what was going on in my life and mindset the day I wrote each one. I hope my Remjobs can hear my honesty and passion come through and, if not, I just hope they think each song is a banger! The album is named ‘Juno’ after my beautiful dog I adopted during lockdown. He ended up being in every single writing session for this album and I consider him my partner, witness, and support in the making of this record.”
Wolf’s charming character and vibrant sound and style have established her as a leader for the emerging gen z pop scene, with her avid fanbase (coined the “Remjobs”) as her motivating force. Remi has also received an outpouring of support from peers and fellow artists turned collaborators such as Dominic Fike, Beck, and Nile Rodgers as well as social media love from John Mayer, Khalid, Willow, and Camila Cabello. For her upcoming fall tour, Wolf immediately sold out show dates in LA and New York and sold out San Francisco and Chicago dates within three hours.