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Good News – Orange Juice in the Shower

Good News – Orange Juice in the Shower

Good News strikes again with their newest single, “Orange Juice in the Shower,” a title as intriguing as the sound it envelops. Known for their distinctive blend of pop and post-punk, this Sheffield trio—comprising Beth Aylward, Erin Hoggard, and Dan Philpott—delivers a track that combines deadpan vocal delivery with crisp, rhythmic percussion and a tight, deep bass line that perfectly captures the essence of their unique sound.

Recorded in their attic studio with Bingo Records’ in-house producer Zac Barfoot, “Orange Juice in the Shower” showcases the band’s continued evolution. The song’s lyrics whimsically explore the idiosyncrasies of relationships and the quirky criteria we may set for potential partners, like serenading with songs in unexpected settings. This theme of playful oddity is matched by the music’s engaging arrangement, which weaves clarinet melodies with traditional rock instrumentation, creating a lively and compelling soundscape.

The music video, which can be viewed here:, adds a visual layer to the auditory experience. It features the band members in a series of quirky, everyday scenarios, highlighted by vibrant visuals that emphasize the song’s light-hearted yet poignant commentary on modern love and compatibility.

As Good News prepares for their debut album release and an upcoming tour, “Orange Juice in the Shower” stands as a testament to their creative vitality and their ability to craft music that’s both thought-provoking and immensely enjoyable.

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