Symmetry by The Julies

Darkenin Heart

Following the release of two 6-song EPs in the nineties, The Julies have finally returned with their first new music in 27 years. The new music was recorded at Headroom Studios in Philadelphia, with the assistance of Kyle Pulley, formerly associated with Thin Lips.

After an extended period of inactivity subsequent to the reception of their highly praised EP, Lovelife, from 1996, The Julies have made a resounding comeback, and have now unveiled their brand new single, Symmetry.

With its vibrant and rich sound, the song showcases The Julies' revitalized dreampop and shoegaze style. This is made possible by the glimmering energy and remarkable guitar work of guitarists Alex Yost and Pat Zbyszewski. The duo's contributions infuse the track with a renewed sense of fervor.

Vocalist Chris Newkirk says: “It’s kind of our ‘calling all misfits’ song. We grew up on bands that embodied the outsider persona, and as fans we always found community in our shared wonder of their work. It just felt important to celebrate that motivation to make and share music right out of the reunion gate.”

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Cover art by Sarah Fuchsia
Video shot & edited by Joey Joesph

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