Raze Me To The Ground

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Giulia photographed in London.Credit@ Carsten Windhorst / FRPAP.com

Fresh from supporting Anastacia at The O2 Shepherd’s Bush Empire, European talent Giulia is aiming to give her ever increasing fan-base a taster of things to come as her debut album, ‘Raze Me To The Ground’, is scheduled for release on June 29th preceded by the single ‘Turn Your Light On’ available to download now. Prior to the album release, fans reportedly are to be treated to a special live performance at the Killarney Music Festival on 28th June.

Co-written with Don Mescal (Rascal Flatts, Clay Aiken, Backstreet Boys, Boyzone etc), with production by Don Mescal and Tom Nichols (Celine Dion, All Saints, Sugababes, Hall & Oates and Kylie Minogue to name a few), ‘Turn Your Light On’ is the track that appears to be set to catapult Giulia into the supernova limelight this summer. Simplistically shrouded in a cavernous black backdrop, the video aims to create a spectacular contrasting light display of dancing colour and brightness – modern, creative and abundant with visual appeal; aiming to ensure that ‘Turn Your Light On’ blasts onto the scene in a flood of light.

Giulia’s debut album, ‘Raze Me To The Ground’ aims to be potentially a success. Written and produced in London in collaboration with Tom Nichols, ‘Raze Me To The Ground’ demonstrates the apparently musical chemistry between Giulia and Nichols. A quintessential sound of country rock fused with a modern twist of pop, the collection of tracks on the album is laced with song craft and compositions. Lead tracks such as ‘Turn Your Light On’, ‘Radio Junky’, ‘Another Thing Coming’ and ‘Love, Love, Love’ aim to begin an innovative musical journey, which audiences may seemingly want to listen to time and again. Nashville writer Don Mescall heard the album, instantly ‘fell in love’ with Giulia’s sound and immediately offered to add a few finishing touches – ‘musical magic’ was born.

Talented singer!

Talented singer!

Giulia, a young Italian beauty with the wisdom of the world firmly woven into the foundation of her upbringing. Born in Rome, Giulia experienced a well-traveled childhood as her family moved from Italy to Argentina, then back to Europe before she decided to focus her musical development in the cultural and creative melting pot of London. The only daughter to Marco Doná dalle Rose, who was a professional polo player, and Flavia Persone – a fashion entrepreneur, competitive ambition and exuberant expression were seemingly a genetic gift to the young Giulia. Her early years in Argentina exposed Giulia to the music that possibly embedded itself in her subconscious and went on to influence her later writing and recording style. Classic, Country, Soul, Blues & Jazz favorites such as Elvis Presley, Johnny Cash, Etta James, and Ella Fitzgerald might all be heard coming from Giulia’s bedroom. Whilst other 12 year olds might favor bubble gum pop, the entranced Giulia was furnished with a more sophisticated, broad palate for music at one of its most vibrant and adept times.

Running in parallel to her musical exploits, 2015 also sees Giulia don the fashion mantel as she launches her debut fashion collection in partnership with Anna Sammarone. Bold lines, creative fabrics and creative twists seem to bring a unique fashion collection under the guiding hand of Giulia, who learnt the trade from her mother.

The culmination of a lifetime of experiences and unparalleled talent intertwine to produce what aims to only be described as some of the most refined music of recent time. With the release of her debut album ‘Raze Me To The Ground’, June 29th Giulia is ‘the one to watch’ on the international stage for 2015.

The album, ‘Raze Me To The Ground’ is released June 29th 2015.

For more information visit: http://www.giuliaofficial.com

To find out more about Giulia’s new fashion collection visit: http://www.annasammarone.it/

 

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