Juliana Tucker‘s debut EP, “The Great Indoors,” is a self-reflective and emotional piece of art that perfectly encapsulates the growing pains of a woman in her twenties trying to navigate through life. Juliana’s EP is a direct reflection of her own personal experiences and emotions, and it is clear that she poured her heart and soul into this perfect project.
The EP features six tracks, with each one showcasing Juliana’s impeccable pop production and stunning vocals. The opening track is a pop-infused, mid-tempo track that tells the story of growing apart from friends. The song features an infectious beat and an excellent production that allows Juliana’s vocals to shine.
“It makes me want to have a margarita and dance on tables, but also get a massage and sleep because I’m tired.” — Juliana Tucker on the release of her debut EP
The second track is a beautiful ballad that speaks about the pressure of settling down while being happy being alone. The song features a piano-driven production and showcases Tucker’s impressive range and emotive delivery.
The EP’s title track, “The Great Indoors,” is a standout track – in its own right – that tackles the importance of self-love and acceptance. The song starts with an acoustic guitar and builds up to a pop-driven production that perfectly complements the song’s message.
The EP’s production is impressive as well, as it gives Juliana’s vocal enough delivery that is on point throughout. It is clear that Juliana is a skilled songwriter and has a talent for writing catchy, relatable pop songs.
“Every time I slow down and reflect on my actions and feelings, I learn about myself.” — Juliana Tucker
In an interview with CelebMix, Juliana told us about the challenges she faced while writing the EP. She stated that she wanted to focus on self-love rather than other people, which is not a common theme in songwriting. She also shared that the song “Bad Friends” sheds light on the difficulties of growing apart from friends, a topic that is rarely explored in music.
When asked about her creative process, Juliana stated that for her previous releases, she would write songs on her guitar in her apartment and then bring the finished product into the studio. However, for this EP, she wanted to collaborate with other songwriters, which allowed her to grow as a songwriter and broaden her knowledge. She collaborated with Daniel Davila and Cooper Hudson Bell for the EP.
“When people listen to TGI, I hope they’re reminded that growth can sometimes be difficult but it’s necessary and a beautiful part of life.” — Juliana Tucker
Juliana’s lyrics are straight-to-the-point and natural, which is evident in her style of writing across the EP as a whole. She writes music as if she is having a conversation with the listener, and her lyrics are relatable and easy to connect with.
“The Great Indoors” is a stunning debut EP that showcases Juliana Tucker’s talent as a singer-songwriter. It is exciting to see what the future holds for Juliana Tucker, and we cannot wait to hear more from this talented artist.