Juha’s "Stomach" EP takes you on a little trip-the-light-fantastic down memory lane. The title track, pulled from his upcoming 'Skeletons of Victor' album, is the sound of Prince and Rick Springfield french-kissing. Its funk-pop vibe is followed by Juha covering three 80’s classics: an exclusive dancefloor-friendly remix of "Ain't Nothin’ Goin’ On But The Rent,” the Gwen Guthrie-penned song that he first remade on 'The Grooms of God' (with its slight rewrite transplanting Gwen's original lyrics into a world of male prostitution); "Goodbye To You,” Juha's a cappella doo-wop version of Scandal's new wave hit; and "Steppin’ Out,” in which Juha tips his hat to Joe Jackson.
On the “Stomach” EP, Juha remains ever the vocal chameleon. Taking on all lead and background vocal duties, he is in one moment a whisky-throated rock daddy, in the next a smooth soul diva, in the next a gospel choir – often within the same song. At the same time, his voice remains unmistakably his own.
So… Juha is inviting everyone in the whole world to put their ears on his “Stomach.”