JUNKYARD DRIVE "Electric Love", out today via Mighty Music

The new album marks a newfound maturity in Junkyard Drive's universe. Armed with solid and ferocious riffs, "Electric Love" exposes a hitherto unseen sincerity in the lyrical themes.

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5/13/2022 1 min read

The new album marks a newfound maturity in Junkyard Drive's universe. Armed with solid and ferocious riffs, "Electric Love" exposes a hitherto unseen sincerity in the lyrical themes. The teenage days are over in favour of stories about self-development, inner tensions and love.

Ever since 2014, Junkyard Drive has been across half the world. With more than 100 concerts played, over five million streams, and two records to this day, they’ve solidly planted their flag on the international rock scene, playing the big stages as the one in Sweden Rock Festival and doing the big tours with, for instance, Eclipse. After the success of their most recent album “Black Coffee” with new faces and ten new razor-sharp songs, the band is now ready with their next record “Electric Love”.

“Electric Love” marks a newfound maturity in the group’s universe. Armed with solid and ferocious riffs, the album exposes a hitherto unseen sincerity in the lyrical themes. The teenage days are over in favour of stories about self-development, inner tensions, and love.

The album is recorded in the legendary Medley Studios, produced by Soren Andersen (Glenn Hughes, Jesper Binzer, Electric Guitars), and mixed/mastered by Erik Martensson (Eclipse).

The teenage days might be over, but they remain to be the greatest Danish rock band (below 40).

“Electric Love” is out today on digital, CD and LP (two colours, each limited to 300 units) formats, via Mighty Music.

Line-up:

Kris – lead vocals

Oliver Hartmann – guitar

Claus – drums & cowbell

Mikkel – bass

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