Emotional Oranges’ ‘Vol. II’ Is THE Record For Heartbreak, Libido, Crying & Self-Love

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Semi-mysterious duo Emotional Oranges has dropped their new EP The Juice Vol. II via Avant Garden. It’s an elegantly risqué record that exposes the naked truth behind heartbreak, lust, and self-growth through fluid melodic hues that are smudged with glittering chords and misty echoes. With tracks that pay homage to your libido (like the masturbatory “Just Like You”) and preach self-love (“Not Worth It”), Vol. II serves as a record for finding acceptance – whether that is with your own primal desires, breakup, and identity. Enjoy:

Vol. II embodies growth. we’ve learned to trust our instincts. Performing live helped open our eyes to experimenting with different grooves and rhythms. We really challenged ourselves during the writing process; more vulnerability, more intention. people always ask about our identities, but if you listen to these songs, you know us better than anyone.”

This year has been a breakneck year of growth for EO – they’ve just wrapped up their sold-out tour, racked more than 60 million global streams, and kept their identities secret. They’ll be playing a few shows before this year ends, so don’t miss them:

11/8 – Lido Berlin (Berlin, Germany)

11/9 – VEGA (Copenhagen, Denmark)

12/8 – Wynwood Factory (Miami, FL, USA)