Welsh singer Jennifer Juliette returns with new single 'Columns'.
The songwriter has a diaristic touch to her work, allowing her life and feelings to bleed into her lyricism.
Each song feels like a personally sculpted message, with Jennifer Juliette hauling down the barriers in the process.
New single 'Columns' takes this a step further, a moving, touching document that deals with parting, and the demise of a relationship.
Lyrically, she's discussing a break up, with Jennifer Juliette's subtle delivery allowing her to find true expression.
'Columns' was written as a reminder that even the strongest foundations can break under stress and distrust. A breakup anthem for anyone who is isolated and lost despite being with a loved one. The piano accompaniment is stormy and dark, reminiscent of 'Anchor' at the beginning.
The melody then lifts but is underpinned by the strong beating heart of a bass echoing throughout. At the end the final declaration 'tore these pillars down' is sung at a high belt, as though screaming at a lover who did you wrong.
Tune in now.
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