Trunky Juno has dropped his new single, ‘Oxford English Dictionary’

Catch Trunky at Live At Leeds later this year.

Trunky Juno has released his new single, ‘Oxford English Dictionary’.

Out today (Wednesday, 29th June) via Silent Kid Records, the track follows on from last year’s ‘Good Dog’ EP and is billed as kicking off a new chapter for the alt-pop artist.

“I still find it difficult to spell Mississippi,” he explains, “but I did manage to write a fun song. It’s a hooky alt-pop that will confidently power walk you straight back to the Trunky Superstore for more Trunky.

“Oxford English Dictionary was one of those tracks that sounded great as soon as I made the demo, lots of those parts made it into the final version because they’re so full of that sense of initial inspiration.”

Check out the new track below, and catch Trunky live at the following:

29 Belladrum Tartan Heart Festival – Inverness, Scotland

15 Live At Leeds Festival – Leeds, England

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