Julia Church

Julia Church Releases Cathartic “I Don’t Think I Love You Anymore”

Singer-songwriter and producer Julia Church releases “I Don’t Think I Love You Anymore,” a song about the freedom felt when the cycle of post-breakup grief comes to a close.

Julia explains, “‘I Don’t Think I Love You Anymore’ is about the freedom that comes with resurfacing after a heartbreak. That feeling of untethering from someone who consumed your thoughts and realizing how empowering it is to no longer need them. For years I found myself pining over someone that, I realized, I didn’t even really know anymore. The chasm I felt didn’t really exist, it was just the memory of an old love that kept me anchored until I was able to let go of it.”

She goes on, adding, “I wrote it like a journal entry and every lyric has specific personal significance to me. I wanted to be as honest as possible”

Originally from Durban in South Africa, Julia relocated to London to pursue music and collaborate with artists from across the globe. Her gifts soon found her working with the best artists and producers in the UK, resulting in collaborations with Lane 8, Goldfish, Tom Ashbrook, and Sun E! Musician.

Julia recently performed to a sold-out audience at Printworks in London, a testimony to her international appeal – witnessed by more than 100 million streams – and high praise from elite outlets such as CLASH, The Line of Best Fit, and Wonderland.

“I Don’t Think I Love You Anymore” opens on a beautiful, elegant piano topped by Julia’s crème de la crème voice, evoking washes of melancholy as well as expectant buoyancy. A bewitching rhythm juxtaposes glowing harmonies, giving the tune creamy suffusions of dimension, and emphasizing the delicious sonic nuances of Julia’s exquisite voice.

At once silky-smooth and effervescing with hopeful flavors, with “I Don’t Think I Love You Anymore,” Julia Church displays her enormous talents.

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Written by Randy

Randy Radic is a Left Coast author and writer. Author of numerous true crime books written under the pen-name of John Lee Brook. Former music contributor at Huff Post.