Jule Vera

.Share New Song 'Something Good' 
Debut Album 'Waiting On The Sun' out 16th June on Weekday Records
 

 

Opelika, Alabama doesn't exactly scream "birthplace of the next great pop band," but it just might be. Weekday Records, a joint venture label with Sony RAL, is excited to announce the debut album from Opelika's Jule Vera, Waiting On The Sun, out June 16, 2017. Billboard today shared a new song from the album, titled "Something Good" and raved about the single, saying "There’s an air of ’60s Motown and classic Broadway musicals to "Something Good," but the song's giddy piano licks and bass groove are so winsome and familiar, the whole thing's tough to place in any particular setting. Simply put, it’s a pop song, in a very classic sense."

Listen to "Something Good" here

 

Waiting On The Sun was recorded and produced by Frequency (known for his work with Misterwives, Eminem, Rhianna, Bebe Rexha and recently on The Hamilton Mixtape). The album is currently available for pre-order. Jule Vera will hit the road all summer on Vans Warped Tour.

Jule Vera

Share New Single & Video "Lifeline"

 

Opelika, Alabama doesn't exactly scream "birthplace of the next great pop band", but for the young members of Jule Vera, their small hometown was instrumental in bringing them together. After meeting at a local summer band camp, front woman Ansley Newman and guitarist Jake Roland knew they had a special connection (the long-term couple is recently engaged!), and Ansley started singing with Jake and bassist Will Stacey. Shortly after, the three met Chase Haws (guitar) and Kyle Horvath (drums) and Jule Vera was born.

Weekday Records, a subsidiary of Sony, is excited to announce that they have signed Jule Vera as the first band to the newly minted label, and today released their track "Lifeline" and the video for it . Recorded and produced by Frequency (known for his work with Misterwives, Eminem, Rhianna, Bebe Rexha and recently on The Hamilton Mixtape), the track is a carefully produced pop gem that's nothing if not infectious.

 

"Lifeline" was inspired by palm reading. It's said that each person has a lifeline on their palm that determines the course of their life. "We wrote the song around the idea of basing everything off of what you want in life and what makes you happy, rather than what your lifeline tells you," Ansley explains.

Jule Vera will soon announce summer touring plans as well as more news on their debut LP. Stay tuned for more news on the young pop band soon!

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