Music-News.com is proud to host the exclusive world premiere of 'Better Days' by Stereo Joule.
Impossible not to root for, four-piece Miami based indie rockers Stereo Joule will brighten your day with their upbeat electronic-infused musical mosaics and inspiring lyrics. Led by the songwriting team Eddie Guzman and Chris Senise, this group of highly skilled musicians is bringing positive vibes in its upcoming single “Better Days.” The track is the first single from Go!, Stereo Joule’s debut EP that the band is excited to release this spring.
Stereo Joule exemplifies the power music has to bring people together. Eddie first met Roly Aleman, Stereo Joule’s bassist, when they both joined a band called Misery She Loves. The two went on to play alongside each other in several bands, including a band called Lucas. This was when they met Lucas’ former backing vocalist, Chris. Now the lead singer of Stereo Joule, and Eddie’s wife, Chris is passionate about carefully crafting lyrics that drive a positive message. Her "glass half-full" approach to life is instantly likable and contagious.
“Better Days” is a track that perfectly executes the positivity the band aims to share with its listeners. The song was inspired by the beautiful beaches in southern Florida, and how a bad weather day in Florida is still better than a good day anywhere else. This comes through in the “Better Days” music video in shots of the band playing together on South Beach in Miami. Chris dances along to the song singing “I won’t cry anymore, the sky’s tears are enough for me.” The energy is infectious throughout the video, motivating viewers to never give up because “better days are on their way.”