Looking Back at International Woo-Ah Day

Looking Back at International Woo-Ah Day

Bunheads around the world celebrated the two-year anniversary of Kim Petras's first song and "woo-ah".

Bunheads around the world celebrated the two-year anniversary of Kim Petras's first song and "woo-ah".

Photography: Thom Kerr

Text: Julian Wright

August 1st marked International Woo-Ah Day, the second anniversary of Kim Petras's debut and first "woo-ah" to the world. If you're a fan of Miss Petras, you may be familiar with her trademark phrase, which she exclaims throughout the vast majority of her discography. Certainly the rest of her "Bunhead" fans were, taking the day to commemorate their favorite tracks from the pop princess.

Musically, International Woo-Ah Day couldn't have come at a better time. Coming off of a sold-out World Pride NYC show, Petras premiered her first album, Clarity, in June. Up until its release, she released weekly singles, a strategy that garnered plenty of attention in the past. "I Don't Want It At All", "Heart To Break" and "Feeling of Falling", timeless Kim classics, now have new song siblings to share their spotlight. Soon, they'll have more: Petras will release the next iteration of her Halloween-inspired project, Turn Off The Light Vol.2, in October.

To celebrate, stream Clarity. Woo-Ah!

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