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5 Songs I Love w/ Julianna Laine

As one of the brightest and most loveable artists to emerge from Canada right now, singer-songwriter Julianna Laine has now returned with the official video for her latest single 'Where Did All My Friends Go'.

With its lively and summery demeanour, this new ear worm will have you tapping your feet and humming along from start to finish.

So with her new single out now, we asked her what 5 songs have most inspired her over the years and which have influenced her the most.


'Your Shirt' - Chelsea Cutler

This song was an influence to me from a production standpoint - because she is also a self producer, when I heard this song and looked into the song credits it was very inspiring.

'Explain You' - JP Saxe

As a songwriter, I am a huge sucker for lyrics and this song is lyrically amazing. I had to put this song on repeat for about a week because it was just SO good.

'Saturday Sun' - Vance Joy

This song reminds me of when I used to live in Australia, during my time there Vance Joy released his album Dream Your Life Away. These songs off of the album remind me of a time where I was just beginning to pursue music and anytime I listen to it, I feel inspired.

'These Boots' - Eric Church

My dad and I play and sing this song together - the story throughout this song is written beautifully and it will always have a special place in my heart.

'It’ll Work Itself Out' - Donovan Woods

Or basically any song by Donovan woods. His songwriting has had the biggest influence on my writing. He played a show in my hometown and I never got a chance to get tickets before it got sold out. I wrote him a message and he put aside a ticket for the show for me - I met him afterwards. I don’t think he will ever know how much that meant to me, listening to his stories and his songs have changed my artistry (definitely would be a dream come true to write with him).

Listen to Julianna's choices in the Spotify playlist and watch the video for 'Where Did All My Friends Go' below.



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