Jjuujjuu and Boogarins unite on the single “Some”

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Get to know some dates of their tour and the band’s new music!

The psychedelic group JJUUJJUU surprises us with the release of a new song with the psych rock band Boogarins. Is about “Some”the first single of the year and that, ultimately, will take you on a very energetic journey.

It is worth mentioning that this is the first preview of the new album that the band is preparing. Although it is not yet known when it will come out, or what it will be called, all fans are already looking forward to it. In the meantime, date “Some” I breathe to listen to it and keep it in your playlist favorite.

In addition, JJUUJJUU reacted with great emotion to his participation in the festival of Coachella 2024 and the Spring To the City. But the best thing is that your Show It won’t stop there, because just as the band was exciting their followers through social networks, there will be more dates!

JJUUJJUU will also be at festivals like Hopscotch, Wide Awake, Desert Daze, Hypnosis. In addition to accompanying the tours of Hooveriii, Mastodon, Primus, Kikagaku Moyo, Temples, Mdou Moctar, Tinariwen, among other surprises. So stay tuned for updates, as JJUUJJUU the year begins on fire and obviously, you can’t miss their premieres and their concert in your city.


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