The Welsh singer-songwriter, Jennifer Juliette embarks on a healing journey in new track ‘Columns'. The violin and cello led instrumental give the project a magical coat. Columns reflects on past pain and love; Jennifer’s symbolic lyricism webbed throughout Columns could make it her most emotional project yet. The instrumental contributes to her deep storytelling - the uptempo sound change reflects on Jennifer’s hope for healing.
When speaking about the new single Jennifer Juilette states “'Columns' was written as a reminder that even the strongest foundations can break under stress and distrust. A breakup anthem for anyone who is isolated and lost despite being with a loved one. The piano accompaniment is stormy and dark, reminiscent of “Anchor” at the beginning. The melody then lifts but is underpinned by the strong beating heart of a bass echoing throughout. At the end the final declaration “tore these pillars down” is sung at a high belt, as though screaming at a lover who did you wrong.”
Clash Music, Fame Magazine, Hot Press Magazine have showed the talented artist some support for her previous releases.
Be sure to check out Jennifer Juilette’s project.
Jennifer is a multi-instrumentalist who’s based in Berlin. Trained as a concert pianist, Jennifer also plays guitar, violin and cello, performing at a number of prestigious venues around the world over the last decade. She is set to release her first EP — Anchor, which will feature several new songs combining her classical training and mainstream pop.