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Joy Again gets weird and poppy with new tracks, “Kim” and “On a Farm”

Joy Again | photo courtesy of the artist
Joy Again | photo courtesy of the artist

Philly five-piece Joy Again have been around the scene in one way or another for quite a bit. Adapting in different forms and names, they’ve worked with the likes of Mom + Pop records and Lucky Number, while playing a whole lotta basement shows along the way. Now, they’re back with a new bout of tunes via Never Grow Up —  in which they’ve recently released the two singles, “Kim” and “On a Farm.”

Both songs share a video, as well as the short and sweet length of just about two minutes. But the similarities pretty much smack to a halt there, as the tracks exist as a sort of A and B-side advertisement to their expansive style-sliding-scale from: a.) exuberant indie pop to b.) the oh so wonderfully strange. Continue reading →