Barrelling through the saloon doors with wobble-pop indie anthem ‘Daddy’s Gone For Cigarettes’ and a point to prove, Trunky Juno continues his exploration of lo-fi bedroom pop, injected with a healthy dose of Americana. Driven by a gigantic hook capable of uniting hipsters and truckers alike, the track deals with running away from problems and expectations for a little while – or maybe even forever. As Trunky explains:

“Sometimes we all feel like going out to buy cigarettes and never coming home. Escaping reality by shaving your head and moving to a farm in the Outer Hebrides. Or maybe just turning your phone off for a few days. I loved the phrase “Daddy’s gone for cigarettes” so much and decided to write a track around it. It took a really long time to get it right, but I hope the message is one the average anxious millennial cowboy/cowgirl out there can enjoy.”

Live shows
November 2021 UK Tour
Tickets – https://ffm.to/trunkyuktour.opr
11.11 Glasgow, Garage Attic
12.11 Newcastle, Surf Cafe
13.11 Manchester, Castle Hotel
17.11 London,  Old Blue Last
18.11 Brighton, Latest Music Bar
19.11 Bristol, The Crofters Rights
20.11 Birmingham, Sunflower Lounge

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