We review the new single by Chargr – Junk

Got your head in the clouds longing for change? The new single from Chargr is definitely going to be your anthem of the day. “Junk” is about realising you are stuck and dreaming for something better.

Leaning towards the frustration this feeling can bring, the track also details how hard it is to step out of your comfort zone when it could be the best thing you ever do. Bringing you up to speed, eccentric indie pop artist Charlie Wood is the mastermind behind the project.

Recorded in Chargr’s apartment at the back-end of lockdown, the track is armed with an enchanting rhythm that will instantly leave your hips swaying, a charismatic vocal and a complex yet effective chord progression.

Not sticking to normal boring three chords or a basic chord arrangement, ‘Junk‘ sounds like Chargr is making the big step out of his comfort zone without even realising.

The first release since Chargr’s debut album ‘Vox Pops’, ‘Junk‘ will bury its way into your brain with its addictive melody. More contagious than advert jingles, ‘Junk’ is infectious but not in an irritating way. Overall, the new single is stylish and a strong start to October.