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Julia-Sophie – numb

Julia-Sophie – numb

Julia-Sophie unveils “numb,” the captivating lead single from her debut solo album, forgive too slow, releasing July 26th via Ba Da Bing! Records. This Anglo-French avant-garde electronic artist delves into the chaotic thoughts swirling in her mind, reflecting on dreams of freedom contrasted with the reality of self-destructive patterns.

The song’s haunting, pulsing rhythm and stream-of-consciousness lyrics immediately grip the listener. Julia-Sophie’s spoken-word delivery intensifies the track’s raw emotion, making it a standout piece. The music video adds a visual layer of intensity, illustrating the fractured narrative with grainy, fast-cut images of the seaside, highlighting her state of mind.

Forgive too slow explores the complexities of relationships and the struggles of breaking free from past patterns. The album is a journey through self-destruction (“numb”), love (“falling”), and loss (“telephone”), with each track offering a glimpse into Julia-Sophie’s quest for authenticity and inner peace.

Julia-Sophie’s path to this debut has been a winding one. From near-mainstream success with Little Fish and Candy Says to embracing a DIY approach post-Brexit, she’s crafted a unique sound that blends emotional unease with ethereal beauty. The album promises to be an introspective and cathartic experience, showcasing her growth as an artist.

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