"Fingers entwined and eyes locked in an impromptu pact at a train station, young girls Lucie Vano and Gloria Jung made a promise to each other and themselves,
"They would make it as musicians."
Yewth are delighted to premiere the latest music video from Adelaide's own Juno.
Originally formed by lead vocalist Gloria Jung and guitarist/producer Lucie Vano, Juno has grown to a four-piece with violinist Ella Moeck and bassist/spoken word by Wallis Prophet.
Juno’s sound combines electronic beats, jazz inspired vocals, emotive spoken word, smooth violin lines and heavy-laden harmonies. This unique style has cemented their place on the Adelaide music scene.
Throughout 2016 Juno wrote and recorded their latest EP Open Roads | White Divide. From this EP they released 'I’ll Accept', a unique take on spoken word poetry and vocal melodies.
"The song tells the story of love through its lightest and darkest moments, the pain of accepting that growth can outweigh love," the band says of the new single.
Starring Nicola Grant and Jamila Main, Juno's new music video is directed and edited by Michael Williamson, featuring cinematography by Michael Tessari.
Off the back of a successful debut at Blenheim Festival, Juno are set to release the four-track EP later this year, recorded and produced by Ryan Kris from Sounds Out of Hours.
Ahead of their EP release, you can catch Juno live on the following dates in Adelaide:
June 9 @ The Exeter
June 23 @ The Producers Bar – “Post Dining Experience”