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Scandinavian Alt Pop London Artist JANOS Release Bold New Single: Sicky/Sticky

The new single from Swedish born, London based artist JANOS entitled “Sicky/Sticky” features big, bold brass sound, along with soulful vocals and funky guitars, creating the ultimate groove-fuelled track.

‘Sicky/Sticky’ narrates trying to hide from your worries with drugs and alcohol, while still hoping it’s not too late to reach your dreams.

JANOS has received acclaim from the likes of Earmilk, Variance Magazine, and BBC Introducing to name a few. Listen here.
Swedish born artist JANOS spends his time between the streets and pubs of Oslo and London. Fusing beautiful pop melodies, soulful vocals, and explosive energy, the pop-punk soul artist delivers listeners with a fresh, contemporary sound. From fragile, heartfelt ballads to funky upbeat anthems, JANOS tells a story relating to the highs and lows of our generation.

JANOS’ message is one of strength and self-empowerment. After years of performing with other bands, the Swedish artist finally took the leap to go it alone, setting him free to create the music that is true to who he is. With the desire to mix organic sounds with elements of R&B, pop, and rock, JANOS was able to create an entirely unique sound. Inspired by the likes of Daft Punk, Bruno Mars and Anderson Paak, JANOS has crafted an infectious and dance-worthy sound, rich with color and oozing with euphoric surges.

The musician starts 2020 off with two brand new releases, both of which incorporate elements of JANOS’ new found love for jazz and soul. The infectious ‘Sicky/Sticky’ which has been a huge crowd-pleaser at live performances for its uplifting feel-good vibe, is the first track to be recorded with a horn section. The big, bold brass sound, along with soulful vocals and funky guitars, creates the ultimate groove-fuelled track. ‘Sicky/Sticky’ narrates trying to hide from your worries with drugs and alcohol, while still hoping it’s not too late to reach your dreams.

Then there is ‘Sweet 16’, a vibrant track which despite its upbeat dance-worthy melodies, was initially written from a very sad place. Reminiscent of Bruno Mars meets The 1975, ‘Sweet 16’ details the journey of growing up and struggling when tough times get you down. Sonically the song shimmers brightly with Kygo inspired synths, adding a tropical flavor and highlighting JANOS’ ability to craft music which results in an undeniable earworm.

JANOS has been applauded by fans and critics across the globe, receiving notoriety from prestigious publications and renowned radio stations including the BBC. 2020 is set to be an exciting year for this artist on the rise.

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