Julia Holter’s delicated voice embodies her generation anguish and the hardship of nowadays relations, but also all the poetry in struggle. The music of this North American singer is made of some contrasts that sire the listeners’ enchantment. If, in one side, there is a generational urgency, in another there is the singers voice classic tone: thick and bold melodies, to contrast with the sweetness in Julia’s voice.
Since the debut in 2011, with “Tragedy”, Holter never stoped conquering the audience and the critic. In 2013 the singer edited “Have you in my wilderness”, a record that includes pearls like “Feel You” or “Sea Calls me Home”. Her influences, which go from Laurie Anderson and Julianna Barwick to Kate Bush or Joanna Newsom, don’t take anything from Julia Holter originality, promising a charming appearance on this years’ Vodafone Mexefest.