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Roy Juno may have recently relocated from Boston to Nashville, but that isn’t stopping the quartet from embracing their “DIY or die” ethos. As of today (February 7), the group has finally shared their debut EP, a collection of modern pop gems called Gone Mad. Despite the more glamorous production style, the EP is a classic exercise in bedroom (or garage, or basement) pop, totally manufactured in-house. “We created this record in our own house, with our own stuff, on our own terms,” the band shares with Vanyaland. “[We] sat on them for a while, maybe even too long, but the satisfaction in seeing our work get pieced together is real, raw, and hard-earned.” Have a listen below.