MEB is proud to unveil a new track from 22 year-old Brooklyn folk artist Juliet K. She has been influenced by years of classical vocal training, her music is centered around warm, sensitive vocal performances. “All Unforgivable Things” has a very soothing feel to it, highlighting Juliet’s voice partnered with violin and ukulele.
Here’s what Juliet had to say about her upcoming album:
“All Unforgivable Things is ultimately two years of my life. These songs come from a transitional time and a place in myself almost before conscious thought. They were never intended to be “sad” songs, but a lot of them have ended up being about alienation, about trying and failing to communicate something vital, and about the weirdness of being in a mortal body on a dirty, growing, volatile Earth. And while so much of the content is about isolation in some way or another, this album is truly a product of collaboration—the group of extremely talented musicians and engineers that worked on this record with me undoubtedly made it richer and more nuanced. Like most musicians I hope people will find enough pleasure and meaning in these song to want to live with them, to listen to them on the train, to find comfort or understanding in them in some way.”
Listen to the song below: