Juno and Spark, the artists behind the critically acclaimed indie-dance duo, have never hidden their passion for British sounds.
Although now based in Los Angeles, they met in Chicago and quickly bonded over their love for Great British acts including Tears For Fears, Pet Shop Boys, Simple Minds, New Order, Howard Jones, Psychedelic Furs.
While they didn’t realise it at the time, this chance meeting would lead to a recording career that has not only seen them likened to some of their key influences, but hailed by tastemakers as one of the most authentic contemporary takes on the definitive 80s sound.
Having clocked up over a million streams on Spotify, the band have crossed over from cult success into the more universal audience without ever compromising their distinctive and addictive sound. Their unique brand of 80’s style indie pop has a rare authenticity that sees their appeal stretch across the generations.
Their latest release is the emphatic ‘New Moons’ – The EP explores everything that the band has been capturing in their illustrious musical careers. It’s a pastiche of retro flavours, complex bass-lines, and irresistible guitar licks.