Julia Haltigan Debuts Dreamy “Be With You” Video

The video, starring the singer/songwriter herself, was imagined and directed by beloved NYC filmmakers Ben Fries and Alden Nusser of Field Agency. “Be With You” is the latest single from Julia Haltigan’s recently released LP “Trouble” prod. by W. Andrew Raposo (Midnight Magic, Hess Is More) + Dave Sitek (TV On The Radio).

Of the video, Julia adds “when directors Ben Fries and Alden Nusser pitched the concept of this music video, I thought it was such a cool twist on the lyrics. A song about the apocalypse is transformed into a tale of fantasies and accomplishing dreams. I love when people find alternate meanings and bring new ideas and energy to my music. It’s also really fun to show off my secret figure skating skills and I can finally own that I love to twirl and glide across the ice.”

A sensitive badass who rides vintage Triumph motorcycles, Julia is a multi-talented performer. Outside of her solo career, Haltigan moonlights as the slinky Jessica Rabbit-inspired jazz crooner “Vivian Fairchild” in the off-Broadway hit Sleep No More. She is also a member of the fizzy pop band Sugar for Sugar, alongside Scarlett Johansson, Kendra Morris and Holly Miranda. She additionally made an acting cameo in HBO’s hit series The Deuce in an episode from the third and final season. She recently wrapped up a national fall tour with Kendra Morris and her latest album “Trouble” is available worldwide wherever fine audio is bought, borrowed, and stolen.

About RJ Frometa

Head Honcho, Editor in Chief and writer here on VENTS. I don't like walking on the beach, but I love playing the guitar and geeking out about music. I am also a movie maniac and 6 hours sleeper.

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