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One Song Considered: Julia Jacklin's 'Body'

On her new single, the Australian singer-songwriter reminds us that acquiescence doesn't equate to apathy.
A still from Julia Jacklin's "Body" video. Source: YouTube

The softest kittens often have the sharpest claws — such is the case with. The Australian singer-songwriter has a knack for packing an emotional punch with her deceptively fragile sound,. While a follow-up release has yet to be announced, it seems that something is on the horizon, as seen in the release of a new video, "Body."

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