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Julia Jacklin has shared a new video for her single 'Don't Know How To Keep Loving You'

It was filmed in the upstairs function room of a Turkish restaurant.
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Published: 10:18 am, October 16, 2019
Julia Jacklin has shared a new video for her single 'Don't Know How To Keep Loving You'

Julia Jacklin has shared a new video for her single 'Don't Know How To Keep Loving You'.

Taken from her acclaimed second album 'Crushing', which was released earlier this year, it was filmed with her longtime visual 'collaborator' Nick Mckk in the upstairs function room of a Turkish restaurant.

Julia says about not seeing the singer's face in the video, "I find it sad how much we can never really know how someone’s feeling no matter how much we think we know them. We’re all holding back in someway. Our inner lives can be so weird and loud that we all have to hold back a bit in order to exist and function in the world. He’s not really a part of what’s she’s processing in that costume shop red dress, he can’t really be let into those thoughts, she’s gotta figure it out herself."

So there we go.

Jacklin' returns to the UK and Ireland in November and December for a short run of dates. You can catch her at:

November
28 Button Factory, Dublin, Ireland
29 Button Factory, Dublin, Ireland

December
1 St Lukes, Glasgow, UK
2 Gorilla, Manchester, UK
3 O2 Forum Kentish Town, London, UK

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