Monday, 8 April 2019

LISTEN: Junodream - 'Odd Behaviour'

Here's some more brand new music for your Monday... this time, courtesy of London based quintet Junodream. Odd Behaviour is the latest taste of their upcoming debut EP Terrible Things That Could Happen which is due for release on May 3rd. The band are Ed Vyvyan (lead vocals, keys), Dougal Gray (guitar, backing vocals), Tom Rea (guitar), Jake Gidley (drums) and Will Ryder (bass) who have spent the past 12 months amassing over 1 million Spotify streams and  playing headline shows at the likes of The Pickle Factory and Bermondsey Social Club in London, all with no management or label backing.

With an incredibly enticing bass line kicking in from the first notes and a slightly bonkers outro providing some wonderful guitar work, the track is written as a sequel to the band's previous single Terrible Things. Lyrically, it examines what happens when communication between two people breaks down. As the band say - "it's not easy realising you're in the middle of something rotten, especially when you don't know what the problem is. Eventually you find yourself drifting away from someone you care about and the behaviour that comes to the surface can be kind of messed up."

"The lyrics are somewhere between guilty and furious; it's about something that should never have happened in the first place. The issues in Terrible Things get out of hands and things take a turn for the worse." 


Catch Junodream alongside Valeras, The Post Romantics and Waterfools on April 23rd at Concrete Space in Shoreditch - tickets here.

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