Northern Ireland Music Award winners Junk Drawer have released their new single, “Temporary Day”.
A song which discusses co-lyricist Jake Lennox’s struggles with sexual identity and eating disorders, it’s set against a motorik beat with overlaying psychedelic and post-punk sounds.
A means of catharsis no doubt, Jake described the song as:
“Temporary Day’ is about having a temporary day of relief from all the horrible feelings I usually have. The fog ascends briefly and I can think clearly for a time.”
Junk Drawer will also release their debut album Ready For The House on April 24th via Art For Blind records.
Listen to “Temporary Day” here and follow Junk Drawer on Spotify, Instagram and Facebook.