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*JOY* 'Yung Days' ft. Yung Steezey

*JOY* 'Yung Days' ft. Yung Steezey

With an unpredictable sound, chaotic beat, crisp production and fresh vocals, ‘Yung Days’ is a sonic juxtaposition.
‘Yung Days’ ft.Yung Steezy is the first single from the forthcoming full-length album MOONBOY, the next offering from eclectic electronic artist *JOY*.
Originally from the UK, Yung Steezy is fresh out of high school with much talent to offer, including summerly tracks with *JOY* like ‘Yung Days’.

Watch the Music Video for ‘Yung Days’ HERE

Originally from Japan, *JOY* has settled in the South Island of New Zealand where he will be grooving into summer on a high note, with another single from the MOONBOY album heading into 2019.
Accompanied by Yippyskippyrosie on electronic drums and synths, along with guest vocalists, they will be performing several shows over the coming months.

Undeniably unique, they will deliver, and deliver with sonic style.

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