JONCRO release latest noisy masterpiece “Juez Judy”

Mississauga noise-rockers JONCRO are at it again with the release of their latest single “Juez Judy,” a punchy, gritty number that makes you remember what it feels like to be young and enthralled by the power of punk rock. “Juez Judy” is the song that plays as you relentlessly thrash about a crowded DIY venue with a hundred other sweaty people spilling their beer on you but you don’t even care cause that wailing guitar riff is too good and soon you’re chanting along to the chorus with a hundred new friends.

“The song is a prequel and sequel to the songs we put out in December on the split tape with Poor You. It’s inspired by the power pop sounds of Sloan and The Buzzcocks filtered through our love of noise,” says Joncro frontman Daniel G. Wilson.

You can take a listen to the track on the band’s Soundcloud here. Experience the tune live at their upcoming shows below:
August 3 Cherry Cola’s Rock n Rolla Cabaret & Lounge, Toronto, ON
August 11 Rock the Coliseum, Mississauga, ON FREE
August 23 Smiling Buddha, Toronto, ON

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