The most punk thing you can do is tell the truth, and for MUNA the truth needed to be found. It's not a quick exercise. It takes time; more than two years. If you're as resourceful and intentioned as Katie Gavin, Naomi McPherson and Josette Maskin are, you're not going to lay dormant waiting for answers to reveal themselves. You're going to pursue them, and it's going to be difficult. Sometimes you're not going to have a clue what you're even looking for and the whole might not reveal itself until much later down the line. Six months after they finished touring their 2017 debut album 'About U', the trio found themselves back in LA at an emotional rock bottom. It was quiet. The cheers of adoring crowds were but far-off echoes in the distant past, and with every new day they drifted further from the life they had come to know – the life of a touring band. It was in that moment of loss of purpose and validation that lead songwriter Gavin came up with a song unlike anything she'd written for MUNA before. It was self-aware, yes; a little self-critical, sure; but it was also a positive affirmation to herself. And it was laced with humor. It's called: 'Number One Fan'.