What’s big in our box // Neon Jungle – Trouble (vs Shampoo’s version)

Hmmm. We felt like we should include new girl band Neon Jungle’s debut release Trouble in the Le Blow music news round-up as, aside from the fact we’re a squillion years older than even their collective ages combined, their vibe is one we can relate to (on paper).

I don’t look for trouble, but trouble looks for me. And it’s been waiting around corners, since I was seventeen

Neon Jungle are an eclectic group of four frighteningly young (ages 16-20!!!) feisty females, following the Spice Girls formula of manufactured girl groups – each gal has her own look and personality.

Trouble, written and produced by Anita Blay (CocknBullKid) and Ben Berry (Fear of Tigers), is two-and-a-half minutes of punky, ballsy, pop-py, rappy ‘TOOD complete with angry house-party-gone-wrong video. If you liked Icona Pop’s I Love It, you’ll, er love it.

Howevs. Call us old farts, but we think we prefer the original Trouble by shouty 90s girl group Shampoo:

Will (Neon) Jungle be massive? Probably. Tweet us your Trouble-based thoughts @le_blow.

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