Salvation Jayne continue to build on their already series of eclectic releases with fantastic new single ‘Juno’. Built around an inspired drum groove, ‘Juno’ is riff-driven and hook-filled, showcasing the depth of Salvation Jayne’s exemplary song-writing. The single was released on November 8th, accompanied by another typically stylish Salvation Jayne video.
‘Big fuzzy riffs, powerhouse vocals and a huge hooky chorus collide with the dark melancholy. Imagine if Interpol are covering Royal Blood songs whilst The Cure take care of the sound.’
Salvation Jayne describe ‘Juno’
Salvation Jayne are a young, forward thinking, female driven rock band with a distinctive dirty sound, and are steadily making a name for themselves in the UK music scene due to their charisma and energetic live performances.
By mixing elements of rock, nu-wave and blues, Salvation Jayne have created their own heavy, dynamic and edgy style, inter-woven with dark lyrical themes which often take influence from a wide-reaching array of sources, including TV shows such as American Horror Story and Dexter.
Formed in 2013, the band have worked tirelessly, releasing a handful of creative videos and unmissable music that has seen the quartet build a burgeoning and loyal fanbase. Salvation Jayne have paid their dues and have earnt the admiration and respect of music critics far and wide, whilst continuing to grow a large and supportive fanbase.
Salvation Jayne have built up a formidable live reputation too, hitting stages in legendary venues across the country and at several prestigious venues and festivals.
Salvation Jayne is:
Chess Smith – Vocals
Holly Kinnear – Guitar
Dan Lucas – Bass
Tor Charlesworth – Drums