SINGLE REVIEW: Something Good To Miss – Juna N Joey

Juna N Joey have just released their new single – Something Good To Miss – here, we review the track and give our thoughts. 
Singer-songwriter, brother-and-sister duo Juna N Joey have released their new single – “Something Good to Miss.”  The song tells the story of a narrator unexpectedly finding love and realizing at the moment they are away from that person, they found “something good to miss.” It’s a stunning track, layered with delicate, effortless harmonies that posit the duo as one to watch on the country scene – it already feels like we have only scratched the surface of their capabilities with this track.
With lyrics 24/7 365, you’re sneaking up, hanging out in my mind. ‘Til that next kiss I hold onto this, I’ve got somethin’ good, somethin’ good to miss,” the song has a timeless message that people of all ages can find relatable; a quality that listeners will often find present in Juna N Joey’s music. 
“Something Good To Miss” is the lead single off the duo’s self-titled EP, which will be released later in the year. The upbeat, hopeful tune features an infectious melody, modern production that packs a punch, and Juna N Joey’s signature rich harmonies. Produced by Ken Royster (Luke Combs, ”Hurricane”), “Something Good to Miss” showcases the duo’s unique brand of pop-country. 
The duo co-wrote the song alongside songwriters Kayliann Lowe and Bill DiLuigi during a trip to Nashville, Tennessee. Joey commented about the inspiration behind the song, saying, “While we were in the session, our co-writer Bill Diluigi mentioned how we always have ‘something good to come back to’ in Nashville, and that inspired the concept for this song!” 
In September, Juna N Joey plans to tour in the UK, followed by a stretch of shows across the US in 2021-2022.  Please visit Juna N Joey’s BandsInTown and tune in for their weekly live performances on their social media accounts for tour updates. 
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