Produced by long-time collaborator Caleb Laven (Frank Ocean’s Blonde & Endless), the release finds Joy Again honing their creative vision and propelling their artistic output beyond the underground. On the heels of their 2017 debut EP which earned praise from the likes of FADER, NME, and DIY Magazine, the band emerges with an infectious new sound that truly finds them coming into their own.
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“Fuzz-friendly aesthetic” – NME
“Will undoubtedly leave you smiling” – FADER
“A staple of the Philly basement scene” – WXPN’s The Key
Founded in 2015 after its members met in boarding school, Joy Again released debut singles “Looking Out For You” and “How You Feel” on Mom + Pop (US) and Lucky Number (UK). Their vivid storytelling and seemingly effortless command of melody charmed the internet and saw them dubbed a “staple of the Philly basement scene” as they continued to garner attention on the international scale. The band has performed with the likes of Car Seat Headrest, Hinds, Daywave, and Hoops.