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May 20, 2020


This track feels like finding diamonds buried in the sand on the beach, Its dripping in finesse sauce. With fun layered synths and fun falsetto vocals, Future Jr. of Australia brings us "Back To You".


He brings us back to the inspo:


"I wrote the song with a friend of mine in LA, we were out late at a cliche house party in the Hollywood Hills when I just knew that I had a song in me that I needed to get out. I’d been living in LA for a while and was getting a bit sick of it, and was very ready to see my girl. We jumped in his car, picked up some tacos, and wrote 'back to you' that night." 


Future Jr. is your friendly neighborhood goodboi. He’s never been to Hawaii, but really would love to visit. Give him pizza and his yours forever. He loves late night drives with friends when time feels really slow. Not it for the money. He is a believer that true love exists and that dance parties in your living room are way better than clubs. Loves writing songs. Loves fashion. Loves life. Wants to take his music to the world.


Influenced by the likes of The 1975, Toro y Moi and Lorde, his immersive and intriguing collection of electro-alt-pop offerings have received praised from Complex, NME, Neon Gold, High Snobiety, Wonderland, DIY, The Line Of Best Fit, The 405, Hillydilly, Clash Magazine + more. Spotify support via ‘New Music Friday’ has come repeatedly in the US, UK, France, Germany, Australia, New Zealand, Canada, South Africa, Turkey, Denmark, Switzerland and more. Meanwhile at Apple Music he has proven to be a repeat favorite with Zane Lowe at Beats 1 (World Premiere: ‘Changing') among multiple ‘Best Of The Week’, ‘A-List’ and ‘Mellow Days’ placements, globally.



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