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free music monday: julie peel
July 27, 2009, 5:02 pm
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fmf_juliepeelJulie Peel
‘Unfold’

Raised between France and Canada, Julie Peel is both bilingual and a self-taught multi-instrumentalist. Though she’s only just about to release her debut album, Near The Sun, Julie is a veteran of the cover song having contributed tracks to a number of tribute albums for artists such as The Cure, The Pixies, Kim Deal and Neil Young. All high calibre artists, but Aimee Mann and Beth Orton more closely indicate what you can expect of her moving compositions, as is Anna Ternheim, with whom she shares drummer Andreas Dahlbäck.

The self-recorded, self-mixed and self-produced Near The Sun is due for release on September 22nd through American Laundromat Records, who have singled out album track ‘Unfold’ as a free download treat. Violins and cellos provide a textured backdrop to Julie’s dulcet, lightly accented English vocals, steeped in a warm duet with guesting vocalist Arnaud Rizo of delightful minimalist folk band London Must Fall, while Dahlbäck provides soft percussion and omnichord. Simultaneously rich and sweet, it reveals Julie Peel to be a talented, multi-skilled artist with a finely tuned sense of melancholic bliss. MP3 after the jump.

 

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Near The Sun
01 Living In A Movie
02 Innocence
03 Sister
04 Unfold
05 The Piece Of My Heart
06 OK 
07 The Greatest Story
08 Near The Sun
09 Once More With Feeling
10 In Slow Motion
11 Alone
12 Broken [bonus track, CD only] 

 

FREE MP3: Julie Peel, ‘Unfold’

visit Julie on Myspace

 

‘Once More With Feeling’

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