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Jude Perl Release New Music Video For “Hungry and Horny”

Australian singer/songwriter/comedian Jude Perl unveils the visuals for her new single ‘Hungry and Horny’, taken from her debut album ‘Modern Times’ produced by Grammy Award – winning engineer Brian Paturalski (Album of the year in 2003 with Outkast). Watch here.

Jude Perl has been performing professionally for the past 7 years as a singer and pianist and in the last year has branched out into stand up and music comedy. In 2013, her debut single ‘Girls & Boys’ received regular commercial radio airplay all over Australia (including Fox FM and 2Day FM). The following year, Jude starred in the critically acclaimed narrative concert ‘Let’s Get It On – The Life & Music of Marvin Gaye’ in Melbourne.

Often described as ‘funk-a-licious music’, Jude offers a collection of feel good funk/pop/soul tunes that will make you want to sing along. Named purposely after Charlie Chaplin’s famous film, her debut album provides a satirical window on the advertising world that we are living in : « Music and advertising are so intertwined, which to me seems so ludicrous, as they have such different goals. Music is supposed to elevate people and challenge people and advertising kind of does the opposite »

With that approach in mind, Jude promotes her new album with fake advertisements set in the 50s, 80s and present day, pretending to have sold her intellectual property and identity to a sugar company. In her fun new music video ‘Hungry and Horny’, Jude Perl impersonates an anonymous actress who tries to look good on camera to please the producer and sell whatever she’s told to sell. Her debut album ‘Modern Times’ is now available on Bandcamp and on iTunes Australia.

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