Since 2016, Terror Jr has been piquing everyone’s curiosity with their salivating batch of sweet and sour songs full of sharp, tongue-twisting lines that playfully touch on important socio-political issues like women’s reproductive rights, LGBT rights and substance abuse. For the longest time, it was rumored that Kylie Jenner was the mysterious voice behind the bops because their breakout single “3 Strikes” debuted in short film for Kylie Cosmetics. Once the group embarked on their first-ever headlining tour, it was obvious that they were not affiliated with Jenner though.
Last year, Terror Jr completed the Bop City trilogy with Bop 3: The Girl Who Cried Purple and ended the era that started it all. While the pop duo is in the process of taking a departure from that glorious, grape flavored period, there’s no need to panic because they’ve still got the juice. Today, we’re premiering Terror Jr’s brand-new single “Heaven Wasn’t Made For Me” along with the accompanying visual. It’s an epic return with Lisa Terror and David Singer-Vine making their official on-screen debut in the eery music video directed by Millicent Hailes. That unveiling alone marks a new chapter for Terror Jr in terms of establishing their physical identity.
In the end, everything goes up in flames, but there’s no blood—just grapes and the sound of a man declaring that “a woman should learn in quietness and full submission.” The only context that Terror Jr is willing to provide is “don’t forget to question everything.” Fans can expect this tingly track to be featured on Terror Jr’s debut full-length album due out this fall. Stay tuned for more and watch the narrative unfold below.
For more of our premieres, check out Jarreau Vandal and Luna Mae’s summertime sizzler “Scintilla” right here.