A captivating dream pop journey that envelops listeners in its ethereal melodies and soothing vocals, offering a serene escape into a realm of introspection and tranquility.

“Un deux trois” is French for “One two three.” It’s a reference to the French phrase “un deux trois, soleil,” which is a children’s game that involves counting to three and then making a wish. The phrase “un deux trois, soleil” is often used in France to encourage children to be creative and to use their imagination. The song “Un Deux Trois” by MUNYA is a similar kind of invitation to escape the ordinary and to follow your dreams.

“I wanted the title of the song to be something that was playful and inviting, but also something that had a deeper meaning. The phrase ‘un deux trois, soleil’ is a reminder that it’s never too late to be a kid again, and that it’s always important to follow your dreams.”


In the ethereal realm of indie dream pop, MUNYA’s entrancing song “Un Deux Trois” stands out as a mesmerizing creation that transports listeners to a world of dreamy escapism. Released in [year], this enchanting track encapsulates MUNYA’s signature sound, weaving delicate melodies and hypnotic vocals to craft a captivating sonic tapestry.

“Un Deux Trois” effortlessly envelops listeners in an otherworldly atmosphere, blending soothing synth arrangements, subtle beats, and MUNYA’s ethereal vocals. The song’s delicate instrumentation and entrancing rhythm create an immersive experience, inviting listeners to close their eyes and drift away into a realm of tranquility. With each note, “Un Deux Trois” weaves an intricate sonic narrative that captures the imagination and soothes the soul.

MUNYA is the brainchild of artist Josie Boivin, whose musical vision combines dreamy melodies and introspective lyricism. The moniker MUNYA is derived from Josie’s childhood nickname, highlighting the deeply personal nature of her music. Drawing inspiration from a diverse range of influences, including French pop and indie electronica, MUNYA has developed a unique sonic identity that resonates with a growing global audience.

Fun Fact

The concept of laundromats as we know them today originated in the 1930s, and the term “laundromat” itself is a combination of “laundry” and “automat,” reflecting the self-service nature of these facilities where customers can wash and dry their clothes using coin-operated machines. The first laundromat was opened in Fort Worth, Texas, in 1934. It was called the Washateria, and it was owned by J.F. Cantrell. There are over 20,000 laundromats in the United States. They are a $25 billion industry. Laundromats are often social hubs, where people can meet up to do laundry and chat. They are also a popular place for people to work on their laptops or to read a book. Some laundromats have added amenities, such as coffee shops, libraries, and even gyms. These amenities make laundromats more attractive to customers and help to increase foot traffic.

About the Artist

Munya, the stage name of Québécois musician Josie Boivin, gained recognition for her ethereal vocals and dance-infused synthesizer pop. After her debut performance at the Pop Montreal music festival in 2017, she released a trilogy of EPs, eventually compiled into the 2019 album “Munya.” Boivin’s musical journey started with classical piano lessons in her Saguenay upbringing, followed by opera training and jazz studies at the University of Montreal. After dropping out to explore life and odd jobs, she embraced music again after her Pop Montreal debut, leading to her debut EP “North Hatley” in 2018, followed by “Delmano” and “Blue Pine.” In 2021, Munya released her home-recorded debut album “Voyage to Mars,” showcasing her multi-talented prowess in writing, producing, illustrating, and performing. The album featured contributions from remote collaborators, enhancing its captivating soundscapes. Visit munya.space for more.

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