The Junipers

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The Junipers
Genres Folk pop, psychedelic pop
Associated acts Ambrose Tompkins

The Junipers are a psychedelic pop band

History[edit]

The Junipers recorded and released their debut album Cut Your Key in 2008.[1] The album was self-produced and mainly recorded at The Junipers own studio in Leicester. Three singles were pulled from the album, "Callooh Callay!", "Gordie Can't Swim" and "So the Feeling Looms"/"Out My Pocket".

The new band began recording their follow up to Cut Your Key later that year.

The Junipers second album Paint the Ground was released on 22 February 2012.

Their more recent releases include The Juniper's Euphonious Trolley - EP 1 which they describe as a poppy side project. This came out in November 2013, receiving a top review in Shindig! magazine.

Discography[edit]

  • 28/10/08 - Cut Your Key (Album) - San Remo Records
  • 04/08/08 - "Callooh Callay!" (Single) - San Remo Records
  • 08/12/08 - "Gordie Can't Swim" (Single) - San Remo Records
  • 17/08/09 - "So the Feeling Looms"/"Out My Pocket" (Single) - San Remo Records
  • 20/02/12 - Paint the Ground (Album) - Self-released
  • 20/11/13 - The Junipers' Euphonious Trolley - EP1 (Digital release)


References[edit]

  1. ^ Monger, Timothy "The Junipers Biography", Allmusic. Retrieved 22 March 2015