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5/28/19

The L.A. natives of Emotional Oranges performed to a sold-out crowd at the El Rey Theatre on 5/24, revealing a glimpse of what they look like on stage— something they’ve managed to keep under wraps online, though their names have yet to surface.

The four-piece played out their entire debut project, appropriately titled The Juice: Vol 1, and threw in two covers, as well as a brand new unreleased track.

Signed with Avant Garden/Island Records, EO’s album demonstrates the undeniable energy between the members—resulting in a sound that’s an amalgamation of pop, R&B, jazz and a touch of funk.

Emotional Oranges will continue The Chill, Chill Baby tour with shows in Paris, Amsterdam and London. For now, stream The Juice: Vol 1 below.