The Jazz June streaming first new song in 12 years (listen)
by Andrew Sacher
The Jazz June at Saint Vitus in 2013 (via)
’90s Emo Reunion Month does not end. We’ve already heard about a potential Mineral reunion and a definite American Football reunion, plus got a new Sunny Day Real Estate release all in under a week. Now, another veteran band The Jazz June are streaming “Over Underground,” their first new song in 12 years, which comes out on the previously announced split with Dikembe July 1 via Tiny Engines/Topshelf. It’s a solid song for a band that’s been gone for over a decade (or just in general), but doesn’t sound like they’re just “picking up where they left off” either. That’s a good sign, since The Jazz June have an Evan Weiss-produced album coming out later this year too.
Check it out below…
The Jazz June – “Over Underground”
And here’s Dikembe’s half of the split:
And if you missed it, here’s that new Sunny Day Real Estate song…