Julia Wolf has released her captivating debut album, Good Thing We Stayed today via BMG. The album arrives ahead of her Gothic Babe Tendencies headline tour, which kicks off on February 10th in Atlanta. Listen to the album and watch the brand new video for “Rookie of the Year” now below.
“This album is a collection of memories that have left heavy marks on my life,” Julia shares. “The record tells the journey of what and who made me who I am. Seeing I almost gave up a few years ago and was ready to move to a different country, all I can say is…it’s a good thing we stayed.”
Penned in the solitude of her New York bedroom, Julia’s Good Thing We Stayed effortlessly displays her lyrical prowess, cultural knowledge, and musical agility between genres. The result? A deeply personal, heart-on-her-sleeve album that marks Julia’s strength, perseverance, and resilience through emotion, humor, and a little umbra.
At the heart of Good Thing We Stayed stems a newfound empowerment that Julia has embraced after nearly giving up on her dreams of making music. Fueled by her own belief in herself and all women, Julia recently collaborated with Women’s Reproductive Rights Associate Project (WRRAP) to bring awareness to women’s rights through her female-forward track “Get Off My.” You can check out more info here.
Raised in an Italian-American family on the North Shore of New Jersey, Julia’s mood-boarded vision for Good Thing We Stayed is injected with her obsession for horror films, Jack Skellington of The Nightmare Before Christmas, and the dark suburban streets of New York City. Good Thing We Stayed is a culmination of unique storytelling and relatability, serving as a brave voice for a generation that understands you don’t have to be the loudest in the room to be heard.
You can purchase tickets for Julia Wolf’s Gothic Babe Tendencies Tour HERE
Feb. 10—Atlanta, GA—Vinyl at Center Stage
Feb. 11—Nashville, TN—The Basement East
Feb. 13—Washington, DC—Union Stage
Feb. 14—Boston, MA—Brighton Music Hall
Feb. 16—New York, NY—Bowery Ballroom
Feb. 18—Philadelphia, PA—The Foundry At The Fillmore Philadelphia
Feb. 20—Chicago, IL—Schubas Tavern
Feb. 21—Minneapolis, MN—7th Street Entry
Feb 24—Portland, OR—Holocene
Feb. 25—Seattle, WA—Barboza
Feb. 27—San Francisco, CA—Popscene @ Rickshaw Stop
Feb. 28—Santa Ana, CA—Constellation Room
Mar. 2— West Hollywood, CA—The Roxy Theatre