Junodream has created a lovely, moody telling in this latest release, Easy Life. The mood in the tune is melancholic, there is a hint of some quirkiness akin to Radiohead’s OK Computer, and the openness in the track is really a nod to the spacey / reverb-soaked fuzz guitar leads. The track moves effortlessly in and out of a dreamy modern prog-rock soundscape.

‘Easy Life’ is fundamentally about laziness and insecurity. Actively alienating yourself from the real world.


Junodream is quickly careening to a collision with popularity, being noted by many publishers and music reviewers. This tune is the next step for the band that was started by five friends freshly out of university and settling in Hampshire. With not much else to do that band focused its energy inwardly and has built a triumphant repertoire of tunes.

Junodream are confirmed to play three live dates this Autumn, with more live dates for 2021 to be announced soon. Tickets can be purchased HERE.

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