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Alt-R&B duo Emotional Oranges conclude trilogy with ‘The Juice Vol. III’

Following the reveal of well received single “Let Me Go”, alt-R&B duo Emotional Oranges have revealed their highly-anticipated project, ‘The Juice Vol III’.

Their final offering before promising to return with a whole new sound in 2023, this body of work captures the late night R&B vibes that have seen the duo pick up hundreds of millions of streams and embark on tours across the US, UK, Europe, Asia and Australia.

Having collaborated with Vince Staples, Becky G, Kiana Ledé, Chiiild and more, Emotional Oranges have left an indelible footprint on modern music since debuting their hotly received first track, “Motion”. Since then, their music has been featured on such shows as Love Island and Gossip Girl, they’ve sold out shows tours in the US and Europe and built a passionate fan base across the globe. No stranger to Southeast Asia, Emotional Oranges’ Top 10 Streaming Markets worldwide include the Philippines, India, Malaysia and Indonesia, followed closely by Thailand and Singapore.

Previous singles “Make Me Wanna”, “Bounce” and “Petty” ignited phenomenal support across Asia as it heralded the eagerly anticipated release of ‘The Juice Vol. III’ – entering Spotify New Music Friday playlists across 8 markets in Asia and features on Billboard Indonesia, Rolling Stone India and Esquire Singapore, as well as entering over 10 Top 40 radio stations in the region.

Not much is known of the LA-based R&B-Pop male/female duo, A+V. Described by critics and fans alike as experimental and futuristic, Emotional Oranges are the physical manifestation of alternative R&B, Soul and Funk. Provocateurs extraordinaire, Emotional Oranges have been unanimously lauded everywhere from Complex, Fader, Paper, VIBE, Highsnobiety to Hypebeast, BBC1, Triple J, MTV & more.

They have established themselves as one of the most exciting new acts without ever truly revealing themselves. Their debut singles, “Motion” and “Personal” immediately created a cult following. ‘The Juice Vol. I’ and Vol. II have amassed over 400 million streams globally. With features with artists like Vince Staples, Channel Tres, Kiana Ledé, Becky G and more, the duo reached to shatter genre boundaries on the project.

Rounding out the year with the release of the much anticipated ‘The Juice: Vol. III’, Emotional Oranges has never been more invigorated about the music they are making. The juice is certainly worth the squeeze.

Stream the album ‘The Juice Vol. III’ here: emoranges.lnk.to/vol3

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