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October 2020
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Joe Keery returns as Djo with a psychy funk pop extravaganza, 'Keep Your Head Up'

The Stranger Things actor is back in his musical guise with a bright and breezy bop.
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Published: 11:12 am, September 09, 2020Words: Stephen Ackroyd.
Joe Keery returns as Djo with a psychy funk pop extravaganza, 'Keep Your Head Up'

Joe Keery has dropped a brand new single, 'Keep Your Head Up'.

Better known to most of us as Steve from Stranger Things (though, y'know, serious musician, don't go on about it, something something art - Ed), it arrives under the banner of solo-project Djo, through which he delivered a rather good 12 track album 'Twenty Twenty' last year.

None of this is Joe's first foray into music, either - previously serving in band Post Animal before shooting to fame.

'Keep Your Head Up' isn't short of attitude, that's for sure, rammed to the rafters with psychy funk-pop. You can check it out below.

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