She is Jules [unedited] Music Review


She Is Jules

Independent

@jocronin65


It takes a lot to make me dance, and when I do I make sure it’s when no one is looking. I don’t know what it is that makes me want to dance sometimes, but it usually depends on my mood in the moment.

She is Jules’ Airplane Mode (EP) and Love Me (single) really get me in the mood to dance. Especially the songs R U Really Sorry? and More Than I’d Like To from the EP.

Something about the chill pop beats and catchy lyrics get you dancing in your place and never wanting the song to end so you play it on repeat until it gets annoying.

It’s a great escape, and it’s something I and everyone needs during this pandemic.


Julianna Isabella Pollifrone grew up listening to a lot of classic rock with her dad, and always wanting to discuss the meaning of the lyrics during her car rides to and from summer camp. “I thought it was really cool how people could express themselves with lyrics and melodies,” she says.

When she learned how to play the guitar she was inspired by Taylor Swift. “Seeing a girl with a guitar and writing her own songs made me feel connected on a deeper level,” she says.

Today she has a wonderful fan base (formerly known as #julers)that genuinely care about her. She says they are loyal, honest, and will stand up for her when she’s too scared to.


My favorite season is fall, I am a coffee lover, songwriting geek, poetry lover, and I love my cat, Joey.

Jules when asked to summarize herself in 140 characters in an article from Ego (December 1st, 2017)

The one thing I have to say is Airplane Mode is not as popular as I think it should! I legit am listening to this EP at least 5 times a day, and yet I haven’t gotten bored of it. It’s a solid production and quality songwriting, that’s basically what Jules is known for…

As a blogger, I love good songwriting and I love diving deep into those lyrics with musicians… Something I feel I have been straying away from I think. So here is part of the interview where I ask two solid questions about her songwriting.

What is You Do or You Don’t about?

“You Do or You Don’t” is about someone who can’t make up their mind whether they want to be with you or not-or at least saying they don’t want to be together but then showing all the signs that say otherwise.

What are your favorite lyrics you’ve ever written?

Ohhhh that’s a hard one. But if I had to pick, they’re from an unreleased song and the lyrics go “loving you is my best mistake”. I don’t write tons of songs about my current boyfriend haha, but in this specific song it reminds me of when we first began dating, and how we kind of became official “accidentally” haha. But that was the best “mistake” I ever made 🙂


(Eclipse) was inspired by a line from Grey’s Anatomy where doctor Christina Yang turns to Meredith Grey before she leaves and says: ‘don’t let what he wants, eclipse what you need’.

Earmilk (2017)

Jules says that she has been making mostly “fun pop music”, however really wants to explore her dark minimalist pop style. “I’ve already started experimenting in that area, but I want to definitely explore that genre more,” she says.

She also has been working on more collaborations, but will still be releasing her own music at the same time.

To keep up to date on her make sure you follow the links below to stay up to date on her music.


Thank you to Jules for staying in touch with me on Instagram. I found She is Jules through her song Love Me that she did with Cafe Disko, but little did I know that I would like her music this much.


She Is Jules’ links:

Unedited Music Blog’s links:


Have a great rest of your week, and remember to respect everyone like you want to be respected. We are still in a pandemic, and it sucks I know… But if you must go into public then please wear a mask!


Airplane Mode (2019) by She is Jules




Overall: 4.8/5


Bite: 5/5

You Do or You Don’t: 5/5

Love Me: 5/5

HeartLiquor: 4.7/5

Afterlife: 5/5

Do This Again: 5/5

If It Isnt U: 4.5/5

Airplane Mode: 5/5

Eyes Shut: 5/5


Top song: R U Rly Sorry? (2019)


Author: John Cronin
John is the founder and main writer for Unedited Music Blog, and although he struggled to obtain a satisfying amount of views on BlogSpot he is certainly more hopeful for success on WordPress. He currently is in touch with many musicians worldwide ranging from small to big bands, all of them he considers more than just musicians... He also considers them to be something like his friends. John's interest in music started back when he was attending Adams Middle School in his hometown of Massachusetts (USA). Considering himself as a music geek, little did he know he would make a kind of impact on the music industries the way he is doing now. Currently training to be an editor for Genius community and Waze Map Editors community, he certainly enjoys all that he does and is not planning to stop anytime soon.

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