Video of the Moment #2921: Julia Jacklin

By on Thursday, 7th February 2019 at 6:00 pm
 

I can tell I’m really going to love Julia Jacklin‘s new album out later this month. The Aussie singer/songwriter has tapped into feelings that come out strongly following a failed relationship, something we all can relate to. The previously revealed ‘Head Alone’ was an anthem for female empowerment. With ‘Pressure to Party’, Jacklin addresses the inevitable peer pressure you get to go out following a breakup, the kind of pressure levied by well-meaning friends who don’t realise the act of socialising has to be done only when you’re ready. ‘Crushing’, Jacklin’s sophomore effort, will be out on the 22nd of February on Transgressive Records. For all of our past coverage on Julia Jacklin, go here.

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