Joe Keery has launched his newest single underneath his solo music moniker Djo — take heed to ‘Preserve Your Head Up’ beneath.
Described in a press launch as “a much-needed bolt of positivity in an in any other case darkish time”, ‘Preserve Your Head Up’ showcases Keery mixing the psych-pop influences heard on earlier Djo materials with parts of Prince and George Clinton-influenced funk.
You possibly can hear Djo’s ‘Preserve Your Head Up’ beneath.
Keery had been planning to tour Djo all through 2020, however the coronavirus pandemic put an finish to these plans and as a substitute impressed Keery to return to the studio. Additional Djo materials is now anticipated to observe “within the coming months”.
Keery shall be becoming a member of The Flaming Lips’ Wayne Coyne later this night (September 9) for a virtual “in conversation” event with The Talkhouse.
Speaking to NME last month about Djo, Keery confirmed that he was as soon as once more working along with his collaborator Adam Thein.
“We’ve been cranking away, engaged on one other group of songs to hopefully put out one other file within the subsequent yr or two,” he stated. Requested about his present influences, the actor and musician stated that he’d been having fun with “watching a bunch of the Hayao Miyazaki films, and all of the music that’s in these films is so unimaginable.
“And truthfully… Jack Johnson a good quantity, which is form of humorous.”