Hailing from London, Burning Juniper are an indie rock group with a sound akin to Catfish and The Bottlemen, The Cure and Foals. Their latest track, produced by Mark Ronson and Lana Del Rey collaborator Josh Tyrell, a bittersweet tale of romance. It’s called She Changes The Weather.
By Graeme Smith
Feature photo by Albie Maddison
Opening with mournful notes and a wistful riff, She Changes The Weather is a track that oozes a sense of nostalgia. Smooth, characterful vocals come in, melancholic in a Robert Smith kind of way. The story of the track is one of a breakup where you’re not quite ready to let go, and it comes to life during a soaring chorus.
The four members of Burning Juniper come from across the UK, forming at university in London. Still young but with an accomplished sound, they’re certainly ones to watch. You can check out She Changes The Weather below.
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