No, there aren’t any girls in Brooklyn electro band Project Jenny, Project Jan – just two guys, producer Sammy Rubin and singer Jeremy Haines.
You might remember them from Nick and Nora’s Infinite Soundtrack, where they portrayed a goofy band that unfortunately wasn’t Fluffy.
And now, building off the buzz from their cinematic debut, PJPJ have released their third LP, Home Sweet Home.
Home Sweet Home is a relentless 45 minutes of bizarre electroronic goodness, seemingly influenced by ’90s alt-pop heroes like Beck and the Magnetic Fields, early ’80s Depeche Mode, and just the right amount of modern indie-quirk.
We recommend starting with single “Nadine:” it begins with an industrial drum and bass loop and ultimately becomes a corrupted 60s pop tune, complete with castanets and glockenspiel.
Listen on their website and check out the shop section – you can get a t-shirt and album download for $20.