Daydream Island is a hit with Justice Crew
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.