Boston based indie rockers Juniper have just released their brand new single yesterday titled "Daydream (Brake Lights)". The song injects some groovy and swooning guitar licks courtesy of Ahren Shreeve, alongside Scott Johnson's masterful vocals and Alejandro Marin's rhythmic drum beats. This track continues the musical evolution of Juniper, and this one has more of an R&B styled vibe to it that really opens up the floodgates and exposes the band to a wider spectrum of fans in the process. I've been on board with these guys from the very beginning, and had the opportunity and privilege of interviewing the guys twice for my podcast and have fallen even more in love with them musically each and every time I encounter them. It's clearly evident and apparent how much these guys enjoy playing with each other, and have formed a musical family of sorts where they bounce musical ideas off one another, and support one another as we all try to get through this thing called life. An outstanding track that has the potential to be the band's anthem, much like "JBJ" is.
To check out "Daydream (Brake Lights)" for yourself, it's available on all major streaming carriers and for more on Juniper, please give them a 'Like' on Facebook from over here, follow them on Twitter right here, see their handsome faces on Instagram at this spot here, and please visit their official website at this junction here for more in depth info surrounding the fellas.