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Justin Serrao is back with his first single in over a year and well worth the wait as he brings us a ‘Brand New Day’

Justin Serrao releases his first new music in over a year with the latest single ‘Brand New Day’ out today across all digital platforms.

Serrao released his last single ‘Perfect Stranger’ at the end of 2019 and what was meant to be an exciting 2020, became one of the toughest years for music and arts in South Africa.

“’Brand New Day’ highlights the funny things we did in hard Lockdown. To then seeing the light of day and seeing love, life, and forgiveness now that things are opening up again. Doesn’t matter if you weren’t yourself during lockdown, it was hard on everybody. You are forgiven. Come home.”

Have a listen to ‘Brand New Day’ Below

‘Brand New Day’ is the first single from Justin Serrao’s forthcoming EP and will be followed by more single releases leading up to the EP’s release. Serrao explains further, saying “I’ll be dropping a new song each Friday and there are some seriously emotional songs heading your way. Along with something a little Rock & Roll.

Justin Serrao is one of the hardest working musicians in the industry. From his first band Smash & Grab Hotspot, to releasing his first solo album Touching Toes Without Clothes in 2012, starting his promotion and live event business ‘Yoh Yoh Yoh Shows’, releasing his 2nd album Forget and Let Loose in 2014, dropping solo singles and collaborating with other local acts on tracks like Sucker (solo); Kinders Van Die Wind (feat. Regardt Scheepers – which helped open Justin to the Afrikaans market); Raining in my Soul and Winding Road with punk-pop band CrashCarBurn, and in 2018 dropping what’s probably regarded as his best collective solo work to date – his One Year Warning EP.

‘Justin Serrao – Brand New Day’ is out now across all digital platforms HERE

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