People are unpredictable creatures, which is why they've got a habit of letting you down. Julia Louise manages to take those terrible feelings of disappointment, twist them up like a crushed can of PBR and let them out to haunt the world. While Louise perfectly captures the bittersweet moment of fnally being free of fake friends, it's that pain in having to realize that people you love can totally screw you over that shines on "Brat," the lead single from her forthcoming debut release Love Jail on No Sleep Records. According to Julia Louise, the uptempo anthem is about "thinking your friends are kind and loyal and then they trample all over your heart for fun," and Love Jail in it's entirety is about "feeling trapped because you have no control over your own feelings. It's about someone else being in the driver's seat of your emotions." Noisey hails Louise's single and music video for exemplifying "those micro-moments of fury where the memory of something lame someone did seizes your brain like the sensation of ice on sensitive teeth, and you inadvertently clench your fst or roll your eyes back in the mirror or kick something. Only it's different, because it's been turned into a bitchin' fuck you anthem, which is extremely satisfying."
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