Day­dream Is­land is a hit with Jus­tice Crew

Whitsunday Times - - LOCAL NEWS -

HOL­I­DAY­MAK­ERS at Day­dream Is­land could barely be­lieve their eyes last week when they spot­ted Aus­tralian chart-top­pers Jus­tice Crew en­joy­ing a work­ing hol­i­day at the is­land re­sort.

The six-mem­ber all-male ur­ban pop group have been film­ing the video clip for their lat­est sin­gle Rise and Fall on Day­dream Is­land in the Whit­sun­days. Jus­tice Crew mem­ber Solo Tohi said the group had also been busy jet-ski­ing, snorkelling, tak­ing a rain­for­est walk, fish feed­ing at the Liv­ing Reef and a en­joy­ing a bon­fire at Lover’s Cove.

“It’s been an amaz­ing ex­pe­ri­ence out here on Day­dream Is­land,” he said.

“It makes me re­alise and ap­pre­ci­ate how beau­ti­ful our coun­try is. Be­ing around na­ture is calm­ing and it's such a beau­ti­ful place to wake up in and step away from the city mad­ness. [I] can't wait to come back for a hol­i­day.” Day­dream Is­land Re­sort and Spa chief ex­ec­u­tive of­fi­cer Scott Wilkin­son said he was pleased the is­land had of­fered the per­fect trop­i­cal back­drop for Jus­tice Crew’s new sin­gle, “and that we could pro­vide them with a won­der­ful is­land ex­pe­ri­ence in the stun­ning [Whit­sun­days]”. Since win­ning the fourth sea­son of Aus­tralia’s Got Tal­ent, Jus­tice Crew have achieved two num­ber one sin­gles with their tracks ‘Boom Boom’ and ‘Que Sera’.

POP STARS IN PAR­ADISE: The six-mem­ber ur­ban pop group Jus­tice Crew filmed the video clip for their lat­est sin­gle ‘Rise and Fall’ on Day­dream Is­land last week.

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