With an ear for Brian Wilson-esque harmony, the irreverently named Dale Earnhardt Jr. Jr. swirl indie pop, folk, and digital components into one breezy bundle. Located in Detroit, Michigan, the duo of Joshua Epstein (also from the Silent Years) and Daniel Zott arrived together in ’09 2009. Training of a cellar studio, the set worked to make a audio that was danceable without compromising anything in the songwriting section, merging elaborate and airy melodies with solid designed beats and synth atmospherics. Their effort bore fruit this year 2010 if they released their debut EP, HP, on Quite Scientific. That same season, the set was also tapped to accomplish a remix of Moby’s “Await Me.” In 2011, the duo released their full-length debut It’s a Commercial Globe. In 2013, they came back using the Patterns EP before launching their sophomore full-length The Swiftness of Things afterwards that season. In 2015, Epstein and Zott made a decision to transformation the band’s name to JR JR, despite the fact that that they had the blessing of Dale Earnhardt, Jr. to maintain it. Agreed upon to Warner Bros., they released JR JR in Sept of 2015.