Julia Jacklin shares melancholic video for Don’t Know How To Keep Loving You

Julia Jacklin has shared a new video for stunning single Don't Know How To Keep Loving You - watch below.

The track is taken from her critically acclaimed sophomore record, Crushing, released earlier this year. The video was filmed with her longtime visual collaborator Nick Mckk in the upstairs function room of a Turkish restaurant called Alaska, on Melbourne's Sydney Road. Julia says about not seeing the singer's face in the video, "I find it sad how much we can never really know how someone’s feeling no matter how much we think we know them. We’re all holding back in someway. Our inner lives can be so weird and loud that we all have to hold back a bit in order to exist and function in the world. He’s not really a part of what’s she’s processing in that costume shop red dress, he can’t really be let into those thoughts, she’s gotta figure it out herself."

This week, KEXP released their incredible session with Julia, filmed while she was on tour in the US. 

Julia has also been nominated for a massive six ARIA Awards (the Australian Grammy equivalent) including Best Female Artist and Best Independent Release.

Having completed a run of sold out headline shows earlier this year in support of Crushing, Julia returns for a series of dates starting this November, including London’s O2 Forum Kentish Town. Full list of shows below and tickets for all tour dates are available here.

  • 28th Nov - Button Factory, Dublin, Ireland [SOLD OUT]
  • 29th Nov - Button Factory, Dublin, Ireland
  • 1st Dec - St Lukes, Glasgow, UK [SOLD OUT]
  • 2nd Dec - Gorilla, Manchester, UK [SOLD OUT]
  • 3rd Dec - O2 Forum Kentish Town, London, UK


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