REVIEW – Dohny Jep Releases New EP ‘Smile, It Might Never Happen’

Dohny Jep have recently released their new EP ‘Smile, It Might Never Happen’. The EP is now available to stream on Spotify!

Originally from Kent, the alternative rock four piece known and Dohny Jep began as a double act in early 2019. Band members Stuart and Pete decided to take on a new project that neither had contemplated before. With an eye for detail with their music videos, as well as catchy melodies and rock guitars, they soon had the new era in front of them.

Now a four piece, Dohny Jep released their first album back in July 2020 named ‘L. U. S. T’. Since this, the band have racked up over 50,000 streams on Spotify and continue to enjoy making music for their listeners.

The EP has a strong opening with ‘Control’. The intro will have you nodding along from the beginning! It certainly sets the scene for the rest of the track list, and will aspire you to ‘Take Control’.

Next up is ‘Smile’. A slightly slower paced track, the song is about taking chances and going for what makes you happy. You’ll also love the guitar solo in this track! The band also dropped a music video for the track which you can now view below;

The following track is ‘Looking In’. When discussing the track, Dohny Jep said:

“Looking in is about feeling left out and neglected, wanting to be included but also struggling to make these feelings known, causing you to never really get anywhere”.

The final track is named ‘Get Fucked’. Reflecting on how far you’ve come after the end of a relationship or situation, this is certainly one to listen to when you want to feel empowered.

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