When you give Chris and Juju's music a listen, their intentions are clear- like a director setting the scene for each movie he makes. From the lush, cinematic songs of Undersea Poem (Six Degrees), the hip shaking, bossa nova, indie pop of The Mosquitos (Bar None), and the spirited, sunny rock of Chris' AM60 (V2/Shifty Disco), their abiding love and commitment to the art of songwriting always shines through. This love is what has driven their musical odyssey.
Consistently, Chris and Juju's music has had great success in licensing with particular concentration in US television and advertising. Currently licensed songs can be heard on HBO's Bored to Death, MTV's My Life as Liz, and ABC's Private Practice as well as the iconic bicycle-maker Schwinn's first television campaign in 15 years ("Just a Dream"). Previous licenses include: Felicity, Malcolm in the Middle, Grey's Anatomy, The OC, Nip Tuck, Intel, Michelob, Sears, CVS, Bailey's, Old Navy, Payless Shoes, Fedex and JC Penney.
Chris and Juju have just come out of a creative whirlwind with their new, greatly anticipated Mosquitos record. Keep your eye on this release because you do not want to miss it.