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5 Songs I Love w/ Jennifer Juliette



After a string of captivating offerings these past few years, Jennifer Juliette now returns with the beautiful new music video to her latest single, 'Small Voice'. Filled with a spellbinding aesthetic, her newest release is a bold and soaring return that cements her as a true talent growing on the scene right now.


So with the new video available now, we want know more about her influences, so asked her to pick five songs that have inspired her most over the years.


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I přes to všechno


This Czech song has an almost Asian influence in the strings that really drew me in. The flowing style of electronic percussion was also very interesting to me, to give the song a lift behind piano/strings. The cello sound especially was something I wanted to bring into Small Voice, to enhance the emotion.


May It Be - Enya


The Celtic influence I get from this - and my own roots - has massively featured in the melodies I use in my own writing. The light melodic singing is something I bring into my work every time, creating a contrast with power choruses.


Minefields - John Legend and Faouzia


That powerful chorus with lower harmonies on the strong beats is something I have always loved the sound of. I added similar thirds or fifths on the “small voice” lyrics in the choruses.


Gwahoddiad- Lewis Hartsough


This Welsh tune dates back to 1872 and it has a melody that I always refer back to when I’m in the flow. I sang this at Baptist churches in the Welsh valleys since I was about 5 years old! I once even duetted with my father. The memories and the Celtic lilt really put me in the right frame of mind to compose.


Bleeding Love - Leona Lewis


You know that big run at the end? Where she sings “you cut me OPEN and I-“ and holds that forever? Yes that’s what I was going for at the end of Small Voice! That powerful moment where you can really use your range and full voice to express how you’re feeling.


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Jennifer Juliette's new single 'Small Voice' is available to stream now. Watch the new video for it and listen to her choices below.




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