Not much is known of the LA-based R&B-Pop male/female duo, A+V. Described by critics and fans alike as experimental and futuristic, EO are the physical manifestation of alternative R&B, Soul and Funk. Provocateurs extraordinaire, Emotional Oranges have been unanimously lauded everywhere from Complex, Fader, Paper, VIBE, Highsnobiety to Hypebeast, BBC1, Triple J, MTV & more. They have established themselves as one of the most exciting new acts without ever truly revealing themselves. Their debut singles, “Motion” and “Personal” immediately created a cult following. The Juice Vol. I, Vol. II, and Vol. III have amassed over 400 million streams globally. In June of 2021, they released their first collaborative mixtape, The Juicebox. With features with artists like Vince Staples, Channel Tres, Kiana Ledé, Becky G and more, the duo reached to shatter genre boundaries on the project. Lollapalooza and Life is Beautiful kicked off The Sad Fruit Tour as A+V ventured across 24 US cities during the Fall of 2021. The Sad Fruit Tour continued in Spring 2022 with 12 dates in Europe, and two incredibly successful weekends in the desert at Coachella. They kicked the Summer off at Pharrell’s Something In The Water festival in D.C., followed by a co-headlining slot at Korea’s Haus of Wonder Festival, 4 headline dates in Australia & New Zealand and a stop over in South Africa for a once in a lifetime festival slot at Rocking The Daisies. Rounding out 2022 with the release of the much anticipated The Juice: Vol. III, EO has never been more invigorated about the music they are making. The Pulp Fiction Tour during the Spring of 2023 saw the duo selling out shows at The Hollywood Palladium, Brooklyn Steel, Vogue Theatre in Vancouver and House of Blues in Chicago just to name a few. A+V extended their stay on the road into the Summer of 2023, playing Electric Forest, opening up for Halsey in Bahrain and playing an additional 5 festivals in Europe. The juice is certainly worth the squeeze.