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After laying low for a while, the band is back and ready to make some serious waves to follow up their past success.
A painfully emotional ode to loss, Disappoint captures the process of grief as frontman Russell Holland’s vocals switch between furious snarls and gentle harmonies.
Holland explains “Disappoint is about a friend I lost who I made music with and continuing the dreams we shared together.”
The grungy, pop-punky track was recorded, mixed and mastered at Avalanche Studios with Callan Orr (Dream On Dreamer, Bad/Love) and hints at the possibility of an extended release.
Bad Juju first hit the airwaves back in 2017, with their first song Bloom garnering praise from both fans and the media. Their 2018 EP Hidden Desire dished up the explosion of single Moving On, which secured full rotations on both triple j and Triple J Unearthed radio stations and scoring the band a slot as Unearthed Feature Artist.
Since the release of Hidden Desire, Bad Juju have been touring the live circuit alongside Mayday Parade, Trophy Eyes, Dream On Dreamer and Columbus, as well as performing at Bigsound Festival 2018 after having been a band for only a year.
Bad Juju have spent the past couple of years honing their sound, writing and recording new material, and now they reckon they’re ready to hit the scene again in a big way with a massive follow up to Hidden Desire.