19-year-old lead vocalist and guitarist, Mac Johnson, 18-year-old vocalist and bassist, Cayden Diebold, and 18-year-old drummer, Jake Douglas, are known as JunkBunny – the rock trio hailing from Houston, Texas. The trio made their major-label debut with Lava Records where they share the artist roster with our generation’s classic rock band, Greta Van Fleet.
JunkBunny celebrates their second EP, Down the Rabbit Hole, which released this past Wednesday. The EP comes after their 2019 debut EP release, Junk Rock.
The four-track EP includes the single off the project, “Another Summer Song”, as well as “Wait For Days”, “Wonderful”, and one of JunkBunny’s personal favorites, “See You in Heaven”.
JunkBunny kicked off their EP with their single, “Another Summer Song”, released in late-July. The single was followed by their official music video that has racked up over 180,000 views on YouTube.
See the “Another Summer Song” music video below:
The entire EP is reminiscent of the sound and energy of bands such as Foo Fighters, Simple Plan, and Manchester Orchestra. The EP encompasses every teenager’s wants and struggles of “summer freedom”, longing for second chances, and wishing well to those you love most. If you’re a fan of the punk/rock eras of the 2000s and 2010s, you’ll be a shoo-in fan of Down the Rabbit Hole.
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