Kero Kero Bonito Drop Their End Of Summer Anthem "Trampoline"

    Bounce, bounce, bounce

    by Sydney Gore · September 26, 2016

    Photo by Charlotte Rutherford

    If you've been feeling down lately, Kero Kero Bonito is about to lift your spirits. The London-based trio's latest single "Trampoline" is literally about finding the willpower to pick yourself back up again. Behind the candy-coated synth-pop jam is a message that you can get lonely even when you've bounced up to the top.

    "First, you fall down/ Then, you jump right up again/ Find your rhythm, momentum is the key/ It's so easy, anyone can trampoline/ So jump it up and you can see the whole wide world," Sarah Perry sings in the chorus.

    We guarantee that you'll be in a way better mood after bopping to this song a few times in a row. It will definitely instill you with a newfound attitude of carefreeness and might even cause you to crack a smile on your face.

    Kero Kero Bonito's debut full-length album, Bonito Generation is set for release on October 21 via Double Denim Records. Stream the jubilant tune, below.

    If you like what you hear, catch Kero Kero Bonito on their North American headlining tour:

    October 12- Fortune Sound Club @ Vancouver, BCOctober 13- Chop Suey @ Seattle, WAOctober 16- Swedish American Hall @ San Francisco, CAOctober 19- The Observatory @ Santa Ana, CAOctober 20- The Echo @ Los Angeles, CAOctober 21- Voodoo Room @ San Diego, CAOctober 26- Subterranean @ Chicago, ILOctober 27- El Club @ Detroit, MIOctober 28- Velvet Underground @ Toronto, ONOctober 29- L'Astral @ Montreal, QCOctober 30- The Sinclair @ Cambridge, MANovember 2- Music Hall of Williamsburg @ Brooklyn, NYNovember 4- Coda @ Philadelphia, PANovember 5- U Street Music Hall @ Washington DCNovember 6- Sound on Sound Fest @ McDade, TX

    Tags: news
    More By This Author

    Stories We Love