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LISTEN: Jill & Julia ‘Cursed’

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Since signing with Lamon Records-Nashville in October 2013, Jill & Julia have been pretty busy. They released their debut single and EP ‘Wildfire’ last March, and since then have been abuzz with a whole host of appearances and performances. Greeting and signing for fans at CMA Fest, being interviewed by Billboard, performing several original songs on a PBS special, hosting a TV show by ZUUS Country called ‘Country On The Rise’, plenty of performances and press in Las Vegas and scoring their own slot at the Route 91 Harvest Festival are just some of the opportunities the girls have received off the back of their country music debut.

Since then Jill & Julia have been working on new music, and sent brand new single ‘Cursed’ to iTunes on January 19 (available on iTunes, Amazon, etc). Rocky, brooding and edgy, their light, flowery voices add a touch of sweetness to this track that grows and expands like a vine that is impossible to de-root. While it never quite seems to peak, that’s part of the joy of it, subverting typical song structures to leave listeners always wanting more. That effect is doubled by the fact that ‘Cursed’ ends before the three minute mark is up. It might be short, but it kicks some major ass.

Their first full-length album is also finished and fans can expect to hear it in the coming months. You can check out the new single below!

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