‘Serial Killer Vibes’ is an excellently penned track about re-emerging back into society post pandemic. The track is from Trunky Juno and has a lo-fi indie-pop vibe to it like MGMT, less polished Beck and The Flaming Lips. The track is the new single from Trunky Juno’s forthcoming EP ‘Good Dog’ which is out on the 2nd of July. Trunky Juno himself comes from Northeast England where he has been holed up for the year. His debut EP ‘Too Many Teeth’ released last year established his mix of acoustic guitars, lazy drums and vocals and general malaise to his sound.
With three of the four tracks now out for ‘Good Dog’, all in a similar style, you’ll know what you are getting when the EP comes out in full. I do enjoy some social anxiety and awkwardness with my music so I’ll be feeling right at home. Enjoy ‘Serial Killer Vibes’ below – it’s out now.
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