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Julia Jacklin's 5* new album is out now, give 'Crushing' a listen

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Published: 12:00 am, February 22, 2019Words: Sam Taylor.
Julia Jacklin's 5* new album is out now, give 'Crushing' a listen

Julia Jacklin has dropped her second album 'Crushing'.

Out today, Friday 22nd February, it's the follow-up to her 2016 debut, 'Don't Let The Kids Win'.

"There are so many songs that you can hear that are all about being broken up with or wanting someone back, or telling someone to go away," she reflects in the March issue of Dork. 

"I just found myself struggling to find songs that talked about how, maybe, if you ended the relationship then you don't get much sympathy or understanding because people just assume that you made the decision so you must be happy."

Read Dork's album review here, and find out more in our latest issue, which you can order after the jump.

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