Junks - Hong Kong Garden

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Emerging from the smog strewn, neon-lit streets of eastern
Chinese metropolis Hangzhou, Junks are a dystopian, synthdriven
pop band for a Blade Runner planet.

The pulsating synths and distorted snarl of debut single
Hong Kong Garden (a cover of Siouxsie and the Banshee's
classic 1978 hit) offers a glimpse into the world they
inhabit; all brutal tower blocks, elevated highways and vast,
rubble-filled urban wastelands . Outsiders in an
increasingly strange land, Junks' music is the soundtrack
to their electric dreams and acid-rain soaked days, and their
robo-pop melodies provide much needed relief from the
inescapable cloud of noxious gas that swirls constantly
overhead.

Coming on like a gang of pursued replicants, the band's
retro-futuristic stylings and dead-eyed sincerity are a
good fit for their end-of-the-world pop anthems.

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released February 9, 2015

2015 Metal Postcard
2015 Junks
Hong Kong Garden Written By Sioux / Severin / McKay / Morris

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Metal Postcard Records is an independent record label based in Hong Kong and influenced by the likes of Fast Records / Factory / Postcard / Island / Stiff and Bill Drummund's wonderful Zoo records

We believe in new music from around the world ... not world music !
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