Hailing from north east England, self-described "lo-fi pop noodler" Trunky Juno's influences range from Flaming Lips through to Father John Misty and his irreverent lyricism covers subjects as diverse as Patrick Swayze, defunct game shows of yesteryear, and controversial pizza toppings. Beneath the eye-catching titles and irresistible hooks, however, lies an ability to tell relatable stories in unique ways, often with a focus on emotionally intangible feelings such as bittersweet nostalgia. This is nowhere more evident than on 'Daddy's Gone for Cigarettes', a song that tackles running away from life's problems for a little while - or maybe even forever. Trunky Juno's EP 'Good Dog' is released 2nd July on Young Poet.MORE PHOTOS
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