Brisbane-based Future Jr. has released a wonderfully washed out video to accompany his dreamy new track ‘Sentimental Trick’. Immersive, ambient-pop, straight from the depths of his parents’ house, 'Sentimental Trick' is a bewitching song about the “intricacies of navigating the line between friendship and romance, and the ecstasy and heartbreak that inevitably comes with it.” His style of confessional, heart-on-the-sleeve storytelling and delicate delivery evokes thoughts of Turnover, Cocteau Twins and Slowdive.

Future Jr. is the sonic tapestry forged by 23-year-old Australian, Matt Nainby. Influenced by the likes of Toro y Moi, Lorde and Winston Surfshirt — Nainby began his alchemy in the depths of his parents’ house, guitar in hand crouched over the glow of his synth collection.

First cut, ‘Suburbia Blue’ was released early this Autumn, lauded by NME, Neon Gold, DIY Magazine and The Line Of Best Fit, garnering global support. The video was premiered by Australian tastemaker site Pilerats and the track was added to Spotify New Music Friday in Germany, Turkey and Switzerland. Apple Music AU & UK featured it in their Best Of New Week, A-List New Artists + more. Not long after, fellow Aussies Tigertown got their mitts on it completing a remix which Neon Gold premiered on their blog.

Both new track ‘Sentimental Trick’ and ‘Suburbia Blue’ are lifted from Future Jr’s much-antipctaed debut EP Vacancy, set for release in 2018.

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