The Julies: Symmetry

Coming out of a prolonged hiatus to follow their acclaimed EP release from 1996, Lovelife, The Julies make a solid comeback after 27 years, and unveil their fresh single, Symmetry.

Blending forceful guitars which bring back memories of nineties shoegaze, as well as the band's esteemed past, Symmetry is a shimmering and vibrant track which also combines attributes from eighties post punk, new wave and guitar-driven indie rock.

It’s kind of our ‘calling all misfits’ song,” vocalist Chris Newkirk comments on Symmetry. “We grew up on bands that embodied the outsider persona, and as fans we always found community in our shared wonder of their work. It just felt important to celebrate that motivation to make and share music right out of the reunion gate.

Instead of a complete reunion, The Julies' reemergence involves three out of the five original members. Present are guitarists Alex Yost and Pat Zbyszewski, whose chemistry has consistently worked finely in the past, and continues to do so in this exciting new phase for the band.

The new track from The Julies was recorded at Philadelphia’s Headroom Studios with Kyle Pulley, formerly of Thin Lips.

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