An ever-evolving and eclectic sound
A slacker rock anthem of the highest order, the track marries together musical influences including Beck, Weezer and Pavement whilst lyrically exploring the jagged side of moving on and letting go.
Imbued with bittersweet emotion, ‘Better Better’ nevertheless retains Trunky’s trademark dry humour whilst further establishing his reputation as a master of an ever-evolving and eclectic sound – Trunky performs every instrument on the track himself, from the Nirvana-esque drums to the searing, noise drenched guitar solo. These elements are skillfully married together by producer and 3 x Grammy Award winner Eduardo De La Paz (The National, Will Joseph Cook, Arcade Fire).
Talking about the track, Trunky Juno says, “it’s my version of an “everything reminds me of you” song, full of bitterness, self-loathing, and resentment. The full tri-force of what people want.”
Trunky Juno has rapidly emerged as one of the North of England’s most talented newcomers receiving widespread support from Spotify, Apple Music, BBC Radio 1 (Jack Saunders, Gemma Bradley), 6 Music (Steve Lamacq), BBC Introducing, CLASH, DORK, Wonderland and The Line Of Best Fit amongst many others.