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Her intimately deep vocals and pristine production are swoon-worthy.

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Flawless

The gorgeous cover art conjures the Victorian sleeping beauty photos. Her voice carries me elsewhere. After years of cycling through her previous album we are finally graced with fresh cherubic vocals flawlessly blended with her gentle picks at the guitar. More please!

Relax and Unplug

This album demonstrates Julie's true craft as an artist and allows listeners to feel comfortable and intimate. It's like gathering friends for a campfire and hoping that Julie brings her guitar again. When I need to unplug from the hype and buzz of "everyday" ... it's this album I want to hear.

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Biography

Born: 1990 in Buffalo, NY

Genre: Religion & Spirituality

Years Active: '10s

Singer, songwriter, and guitarist Julie Byrne quickly received favorable comparisons to folk titans Vashti Bunyan and Joni Mitchell after releasing her first two records. Byrne was born and raised in Buffalo, New York, and her father was a wedding singer. She didn't begin to play music herself until she was 17, when her father was diagnosed with Multiple Sclerosis and could no longer sing. She left her hometown at the age of 18 and began what would become a nomadic existence. She moved to Chicago...
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