New You bears a resemblance to Lookin' Fresh and replaces the aforementioned song as the shopkeepers' themes in the Galleria. There are four different versions which loop in the shops, and unlike Lookin' Fresh, there is probably no "original version", as the track cycles through the different versions.
- As Shella Fresh focuses on items on the lower part of the body such as shoes, its version focuses on the "lower" parts of the song, with an emphasis on percussion and bass. It is somewhat faded, composed almost entirely on the electric guitar, corresponding with Bisk's laid-back personality. Notably, this is also a reference to his interest in music, as an electric guitar sits on a stand in the back of his shop.
- As Ye Olde Cloth Shoppe focuses on gear worn on the middle of the body such as clothing, its version emphasizes the melody or "middle" of the song. It features synthesized sounds and is rendered louder than the other versions, reflecting Jelfonzo's charismatic and energetic personality.
- As Headspace focuses on gear worn on the head, its version reflects a contemplative or mindful tone as well as higher vocals, linking it to the head. It is simpler and more soothing, matching Flow's calm yet spacey personality. It also has sounds of a ukulele and maracas, referencing her characterization as a hippie.
- The Ammo Knights version is near-identical in theming to Ammo Knights' rendition of Lookin' Fresh, as it is heavily inspired by Sheldon's military obsession. It uses orchestra hits and features a rigid tempo meant to match the pace of marching soldiers. At the end of the song, a trumpet solo is played to replicate a Reveille (a military "wake-up call").
It can also be heard in Squid Beatz 2 and is one of the default songs unlocked from the start, with a maximum score of 143 and 326 in Normal and Hard modes, respectively.
New You (Hotlantis)
Another version of New You is heard in Hotlantis in Inkopolis Square in Splatoon 3. When accessing the track in-game, a high-pass filter is added over the audio file to reflect how the player is accessing the shop through a terminal. Samples of synthetic tones and vocal clips from Dripping with Style, the shop theme in Splatsville, are used in this version; they are reminiscent of Chirpy Chips songs, possibly referencing the shop's clerk, Harmony, being a member of said band.