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STRINGER ON "THE ISSUES AND ACTIONS NEEDED"
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TUESDAY
THE SHOW MUST BE PAUSED
TIME TO REFLECT
TIME TO ACT
THE B-SIDE
Emotional Oranges (Avant Garden/Island)
10/24/19
 

WHAT IT IS: The provocateurs extraordinaire that make up Emotional Oranges have formed a mysterious L.A.-based, R&B-centric collective. Their run of critically acclaimed releases include “Personal” and “Motion”—from their debut full-length project, The Juice: Vol. I. EO have been lauded widely by Complex, New Yorker, NPR, Fader, Paper, VIBE, Highsnobiety and Hypebeast to Zane Lowe of the BBC, MTV and Beats 1. They’ve established themselves as one of the most exciting new acts on the scene, even without revealing their identities. Their first installment, the gently squeezed eight-song compilation, The Juice: Vol. I, showcases the “face­less, nameless R&B twosome’s upbeat, groove-filled R&B,” as cited by Complex. Now, the duo returns for more with The Juice: Vol. II.
ALBUM: The Juice: Vol. II (Project)
RELEASE DATE: 11/8
SINGLE: “Personal”
LIVE: Sold-out U.S. Chill Baby Chill Tour included stops in L.A., N.Y., S.F., Toronto, London, Paris, Amsterdam; currently on A Very Emotional World Tour, includes Tokyo, four Australia dates, 17 U.S. dates, nine Euro dates, sold out L.A.’s Fonda, N.Y.’s Brooklyn Steel and London’s Heaven; spring/summer 2020 festivals TBA
INTERNET: 60m+ combined global streams; 800k monthly Spotify listeners; 82k+ Instagram followers, 18k Twitter followers, 12k+ Facebook likes; 11m+ YouTube views, 40k+ subscribers; selected as one of 2019’s Vevo DSCVR artists, shared two live performances of “Personal” and “Your Best Friend Is a Hater”
RADIO: “Personal” hit #34 at Rhythmic
PRESS: Fader (“Mysterious L.A.-based duo Emotional Oranges continue to perfectly match dreamy visuals to go along with their slightly funk-laden sound”), Vice (“The sultry, nighttime R&B group’s affinity for The Weeknd, Sade and The XX fuses together in their sound, giving them a nostalgic, solemn feel, while they create an inescapable groove”), NME (“Their music sounds like the lovechild of Sade and Janet Jackson: soulful R&B sprinkled with intimate and playful lyrics”) New Yorker (“Emotional Oranges sound like pure euphoria, with love songs caked in the ecstasy of a retro groove”), HipHopDX (“a resurgence for pure R&B“)
BOOKING: Brent Smith, Sarah Tehrani/WME
PUBLISHING: Self-Published
MANAGEMENT: Brittany Crawford, Rory Farrell