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Scoops ahoy! Joe Keery is back at the music thing as Djo - check out first track 'Roddy' now

The Stranger Things star is extending his hair monopoly to face fuzz.
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Published: 12:55 pm, July 24, 2019
Scoops ahoy! Joe Keery is back at the music thing as Djo - check out first track 'Roddy' now

Scoops ahoy! Joe Keery has released new music.

The quiff better known as Stranger Things' Steve 'The Hair' Harrington is no stranger to the musical world, previously appearing as part of the excellent Post Animal. Now, though, he's going it alone with a brand new name - Djo - and a first single, 'Roddy'.

Perfectly pitched summer psch-pop, the track features artwork that includes a lovely 'tache. We'll have rid of that before Stranger Things starts filming in October, young Joe. You don't want to be giving Dustin ideas.

You can check out 'Roddy' below.

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