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Trunky Juno's new track 'So Cool' is a fun, infectious take on alt-pop

It's a nostalgic 90s throwback. 
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Published: 10:45 pm, April 28, 2020
Trunky Juno's new track 'So Cool' is a fun, infectious take on alt-pop

Trunky Juno's new track ‘So Cool’ is a fun, infectious take on alt-pop.

Heavily influenced by the likes of Weezer - who even get a namecheck in the song itself - it's out today via Silent Kid Records, and follows on from lo-fi bedroom-pop gems 'It's A Trip', 'Small Town' and 'Patrick Swayze'.

“'So Cool' is definitely the most silly and fun single so far," he explains. "It came together really quickly as a very tongue in cheek, ironic take on pop music. 

"It’s kind of like it’s a song from the late-90s/early-2000s that everyone’s forgotten about, and can’t believe we ever liked in the first place? Kind of like Tom Green, or those Budweiser ads with the frog. Cringe inducing nostalgia, reminding you of when you thought you were so cool.”

Give it a listen below.

Trunky Juno · So Cool

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