Posted in Press Releases on 26 July 2013
Synth prodigy and vocal dream, Juliette Commagere, is pleased to announce her third full-length record. Human, available September 17, 2013 on Aeronaut Records marks the Los Angeles-based songwriter's most personal and serious work to date. To celebrate the release, Commagere is making the first single "Big Star"
With Human, Juliette Commagere constructs a dark and evocative musical landscape meant for the starkness of the Mojave Desert or night drives through L.A.-- when the sun is getting low behind the palm trees and you're trying to get home and you're marveling at how East Hollywood still has some grit and somehow you have never felt so alone.
02. Big Star
03. Hold On
08. How Will We Ever Know
09. 19th Century Girl
12. What We Get
Photo Credit: Julia Brokaw
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