Culture Music With the birth of Terror Jr came a conversation on identity, politics and the future of pop. From being virtually unknown in the music world to being one of the largest conversations—rumors swirled Kylie Jenner was a group member—the band has had almost three years to define themselves in the public space, and Unfortunately, Terror Jr defines them as something larger than pop as we know it. The band’s debut album, out Friday, is a bubblegum ode to modern culture, but it’s not what you know of pop music. From blunt statements on politics, including a blatant Trump mention, to deep, eerie and melancholy messages and images, the era of Unfortunately, Terror Jr is a craftable world of its own. Only time will tell which direction the duo chooses to take it. The 15-track album began as a whopping 100 plus, according to David Singer-Vine, one half of the group. To narrow down the collection to the 15 they decided to keep, Terror Jr stuck with the ones they felt most closely represented who they wanted to be in terms of future growth. “We want to be great,” Singer-Vine told Newsweek. “The greats evolve constantly. These songs on… Read full this story
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