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June 17, 2020

Regardless of your own personal attitudes towards all things pop-punk, you would probably be pretty damn heartless to dislike Cardiff's Junior. Shunning all the stereotypical perceptions of the genre in favour of spreading joy, genre dynamism and just having a good laugh, the three-piece have long been a welcome breath of fresh air - something that's been dearly needed in recent times. 

Whilst the pandemic has essentially put a full stop...

August 24, 2019

Shortly before the their set at Cheltenham's Frog And Fiddle, the penultimate date of their UK tour celebrating the release of their fantastic debut Beautiful Life, we caught up with Cardiff's most action packed pop punk trio Junior to discuss the record, touring, Heads Above The Waves, space, Shakespeare and a lot more. 

So you released your full length debut Beautiful Life last week, how are you finding the reception? 

Mark Andrews (Bas...

August 11, 2019

Whilst it may be evidently clear that the quintet are only just making their initial foray into the often treacherous word of the live scene, it’s also unambiguously crystal that tonight’s local openers in Down Not Out (7) possess a certain promising degree of collective skill and charm. Despite only forming in the preceding months of this year and having only performed a handful of performances thus far, the Cheltenham collective are evidently t...

August 1, 2019

It’s almost difficult to think that it’s been the best part of four years since the Cardiff pop punk trio Junior released their last EP, Juniorland. In an age and national scene where many musical projects swell and burst in the time frame of just a handful of years, the fact that Junior have been continuously held in such high regard without any major releases during this time to support their name is borderline unparalleled. However, Junior hav...

March 16, 2017

A few years back we saw the Welsh rock scene take a real punch to it's musical belly. Kids in Glass Houses and Funeral For A Friend decided to throw in the towel whilst Lostp… Oh never mind we won't go back there. On top of that Bullet For My Valentine had released one of the worst albums that the UK had ever seen in the form of Temper Temper and seemed well and truly defeated... And the cherry on top came in the form of The Blackout who also cal...

February 1, 2017

Download Festival just dropped 48 brand new bands for fans to get their teeth into!

What an amazing announcement to wake up to with some incredible local welsh talent in the form of Holding Absence, Casey and Junior all finding a place on this years Download Festival line up! Also announced are A Day To Remember, Steel Panther, The Cadillac Three and tonnes more...

Full line up and poster below!

A Day To Remember, The Dillinger Escape Plan, St...

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