Seven-piece band Juice premiere their cover of Billie Eilish’s “Bellyache” today on CelebMix. The edgy black and white video follows the band as they perform the song in front of a mural atop a parking garage. The visual perfectly showcases how the band uses their signature sound and diverse influences to create a cover that you can’t get out of your head! PRESS HERE to watch.
“Billie inspires us a lot. She and Finneas are honest innovators and their art excited us about the future of music. ‘Bellyache’ is a certified slapper – we had fun exploring the arrangement while pushing the limits of our sound even further. Hope you enjoy :)” – Juice
The band also recently announced their “Whats Ur Genre” summer tour with Stephen Day on support. The tour, which kicks off at New York’s famed Gramercy Theatre, and wraps at the River Spirit Music & Arts Festival, also marks the band’s first time performing in Canada. PRESS HERE to purchase tickets.
Juice started the new year off with the release of their latest single “DAVE (turn the music down)“, a song that showcases pulsating beats, lyrical Easter eggs, and an instrumental climax punctuated by distorted violin and guitar. PRESS HERE to listen and PRESS HERE to watch the video.
Last year was a significant one for the band with the release of their latest project Workin’ on Lovin.‘ The project highlights the band’s diverse signature sound that covers an array of sensations with songs like “Sugar,” the soaring single that features airtight raps, radiant chorus harmonies, stomping handclaps, and gospel-style backing vocals. PRESS HERE to listen and PRESS HERE to watch the video. Tying into the release of Workin’ on Lovin,’ Juice was selected as Elvis Duran’s Artist of the Month in August and performed “Sugar” on The Today Show. The band rounded out the year with the release of their track “Audrey Tell Me,” PRESS HERE to listen.
With seven distinct personalities, Juice distills rock, pop, and hip-hop into a signature sound with a flavorful kick of electric violin, rich harmonies, honest lyrics, and festival-worthy choruses. The Boston septet – Ben Stevens (lead vocals), Christian Rose (violin, vocals), Kamau Burton (acoustic guitar, vocals), Daniel Moss (guitar), Michael Ricciardulli (guitar), Rami El-Abidin (bass), and Miles Clyatt (drums) – perfects this mix on their latest EP.
After forming at Boston College in 2014, Juice honed their live performance through constant gigging, displaying an original raw energy. Soon, they went from frequent gigs at the city’s famed Middle East to selling out East Coast hotspots such as Brighton Music Hall, Mercury Lounge, Rockwood Music Hall, and more. Hitting Summerfest Milwaukee in 2016, Juice impressively won the grand prize of the festival’s “Land The Big Gig” Competition and opened for pop juggernaut DNCE at the festival a year later, where they met Grammy-nominated producer Johnny K, who worked with them on Workin’ on Lovin.’
For more info on Juice, please visit www.itstimeforjuice.com