There is a haunting beauty to Juliet K‘s latest single, “Nebulous Space.” A kind of soothing allure to the way her voice rises and falls, taking the listener through deep twists and turns, an emotional rollercoaster that we can all relate to.
“Nebulous Space is the song that probably came from the worst emotional state but ended up being the most fun to record.” explains Juliet. “It’s turned into one of my favorites on the album. We had a great time making the textures—running harmonicas through all sorts of pedals to make those screechy noises, and I got to collaborate with Catherine Wolk of Verdigrls who plays the cello part. I think she did an awesome job and the result is this real moody weirdness that sits just on the border of lovely and uncomfortable.”
Premiering exclusively on Indie Minded, “Nebulous Space” comes off Juliet’s March 11th release, All Unforgivable Things. Influenced by years of classical vocal training, her music is centered around warm, sensitive vocal performances and lyricisms, intertwined with complex melodies and unusual song structures founded in the avant-garde and experimental folk she takes inspiration from.