If you are looking for a band that can fit any occasion, Kid Jupiter might just be what you want. Their music covers a range of topics from modern masculinity to anxiety and gender identity. Now, Laurence Morgan, Tom Ford (guitar), Luke Deacon (bass, vocals), Stephen Davies (keys, vocals) and Archie Wolfman (drums) are here to give you a track to dance to.
Their latest single ‘Superglue’ not only gets you moving, but it also reminds you that there is strength in numbers. The song brings the energy of the band’s live performance to a pair of headphones or speaker near you. The retro banger looks set to cement Kid Jupiter’s place in your hearts and as one of the bands to watch out for.
You are drawn into ‘Superglue’ with a funky rhythm that fizzes over you. There is something very Motown about the beat that you can’t help but like. The plucky notes and deep basslines of the melody lead you to funky moments that you want to listen to again and again. While the melody gets you moving to the beat, the vocals are a smooth layer that enters perfectly into the song.
There is a softness to the vocals that complement the momentum of the beat. The vocals also carry over the groovy beat in a way that makes you want to sing along to the chorus. There is a wonderful combination of classic harmonies, harmonisations and modern messaging in the performance. Lyrically, you are drawn into a world of strength and understanding that we are all connected.
Moving to the beat of ‘Superglue’ by Kid Jupiter is simply unavoidable as the funky beat, groovy vocals and catchy lyrics capture you from start to end. There is an energy to the song that is infectious and it will worm its way into your heart and favourite playlist.