Junior Boys – “Banana Ripple”

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Last month we heard the first preview from Junior Boys forthcoming fourth LP, It’s All True, in the form of “ep” which the duo gave away for free. The Canadian indie/electro pop outfit, known for their fondness for synthesizers and beats, have now premiered a nine-minute-long electronically charged opus, album closer “Banana Ripple”, which they will release as a 12” single on May 30th backed with remixes by The Field and Tom Moulton.

For as lengthy as it is, “Banana Ripple” goes by surprisingly quickly, a fun dance friendly jam which develops in countless different ways. It houses a prominent disco backdrop, squeaky clean synths and groovy electro samples, fronted by Jeremy Greenspan’s soft, subtle vocals. It’s All True drops June 14th via Domino.

Junior Boys – “Banana Ripple”

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