Amsterdam, Dutch singer-songwriter Juliet July has been priming us for her new EP Palm trees in the mist with the release of some singles but things have reached fever pitch with the final single “Gone”  and the unveiling of the 6 track body of work.

The focus track “Gone” is an exploration of love and it’s fleeting attributes within a relationship. Over a smooth, solemn backdrop, July merges passion and pain with a melodic grip as she weaves through the wavering emotions engulfing her. The stripped-down piano-driven beat also allows her to really paint the picture as clear as possible. She has gone through it all and reality bites hence she has to depart from all the strong feelings binding her to the individual. It’s a hard decision but nevertheless a decision that must be acted upon.

‘Palm trees in the mist’ takes listeners on a reflective journey through a multitude of emotive layers, leading from love, longing, and lust onwards to heartbreak and anger, finally resolving in an air of positivity and gratitude in which the saying ‘Silver Linings’ remains the overarching, prominent, and ever-present theme. The project boasts previously released singles “Easy”  and “Blue Paradise

You can check out the short visuals for “Gone” below.

Listen to the entire EP on all DSPs here and below via Spotify.

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