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Julianna Riolino’s new video PAL

This song was inspired by the feeling of youth and naive invincibility.

The emotions experienced when you are young and feeling misunderstood.

Stagnant and searching for a reason to keep feeling like the past wont catch up to you.

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“PAL” (stream on SPOTIFY) is a rollercoaster of thoughts, trying to make sense of multiple personalities and your own insanity. “This song always brings me back to multiple places and experiences throughout my youth/young adulthood”.

Falling in and out of love.

“The transition of realizing my parents are flawed people just like you. Driving down a beautiful tree-lined road with my friends, looking for something fun to do and searching for a way to sustain that feeling of invincibility.

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Dan Edmonds produced “PAL” (stream on SOUNDCLOUD) at Fort Rose Studio in Hamilton. 

“Ross Miller (The Dirty Nil) really helped produce and shape the song with me in a way that captures the essence of it to a perfect T – just an added bonus of having grown up together and experiencing the same time-killing nights out. With Jason Bhattacharya on the kit, we all had so much fun adding something special to each session that made our hearts flutter.”

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About Joseph Timmons (8780 Articles)
I am the Father of 5 and a "Would Be Philosopher of Idiocy" - Author and Writer for several Blogs and Online Magazine. Review Journalist, Musician and Audio Buff. Follow Me and I'm Sure to Entertain.

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