Inject a bit of angst into your life. Not to be confused with the twee indie film of the decade, Juno make embittered softcore for break ups, hangovers and those days where nothing quite goes right.
As a Leeds post-punk four piece, the act are more suited to Carpe Diem than Nation of Shopkeepers, making jumpy, gritty dynamic guitar music for the northern masses. After forming in 2008 and receiving airplay on BBC Radio Leeds, the group took a hiatus in 2010 to pursue other musical directions in the form of The Expeditions and Green Days. With a new line-up, Juno have returned and are now working on their as yet untitled third studio EP. After a successful show at the 360 Club in August, this is a group looking to make a stamp on our local music scene with their Funeral For A Friend- influenced fuzz.