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Twenty Twenty (Indie Exclusive Colored Vinyl) Vinyl LP

Djo MusicSKU lp-14233

2019 avant pop from Joe Keery of Stranger Things; includes 'Chateau' + 'Roddy'
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"Joe Keery, who you may also recognize from the show Stranger Things, began playing music in his teens after co-opting his sister's guitar, but it was during his college years at DePaul University in Chicago that he formed his first band and began to seriously pursue music. That band was Post Animal, the heavy psych rock outfit that went on to release a self-titled EP and two subsequent albums via Polyvinyl. They also toured with artists like Twin Peaks, Wavves and Cage The Elephant and played a number of US festivals. In 2019, with no announcement or fanfare, Keery's solo-project Djo was unveiled not with a single, but a lush, self-reflective, layered 12 track full-length album titled Twenty Twenty. Despite the album being released under the radar and without a label, fans found their way to it, and Twenty Twenty has now seen more than 200 million streams to date." - Djo Music

  • 2019 debut from Joe Keery (Stranger Things' Steve Harrington)
  • black-in-blue colored vinyl
  • indie exclusive
  • limited edition
  • original release year: 2019
  • music label: Djo Music 2023

 

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