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Grammy-nominated singer and songwriter Julian Lennon has just released two new songs for his upcoming seventh album. Jude, “Every Little Moment” and “Freedom”.
Lennon has always had a keen eye for his compositions and his ability to captivate audiences with his intimate music, and both “every little moment” and “freedom” make it true.
Both songs reflect this uncertain time and the anxiety that comes from it. Although these songs were written a few years ago, the message continues to reign true in today’s climate. There is a way to give a warm comfort blanket to those who listen to Julian Lennon’s music.
Julian is the son of John Lennon, whom he recently covered on his father’s legendary track “Imagine” at the Global Citizen Stand Up for Ukraine! Social media rally. The campaign has raised $ 10.1 billion in aid to Ukraine. Speaking of the war against Ukraine, Lenin said, “The war against Ukraine, an unimaginable tragedy … As a human being and as an artist, I was compelled to respond in the most significant way possible to me. So, for the first time, I openly I have performed the song ‘Imagine’. Why now after so many years? – I have always said that we should think of singing ‘Imagine’ if it is ‘the end of the world’ … but his song reflects our collective aspiration for world peace. In the song, we are taken to a place where love and unity become our reality, even if only for a while … The song reflects the light at the end of the tunnel, which we all hope … The ongoing deadly violence has left millions of innocent families Forced to leave their homes and seek refuge elsewhere. I urge world leaders and those who believe in the notion of ‘fantasy’ to stand up for refugees everywhere! Please advocate and donate from the heart. “
Lennon’s seventh studio album, Jude A compliment to The Beatles ‘”Hey Judd”, where Julian was not ashamed to admit his disgust with the song because it revolved around his parents’ divorce, he learned to embrace it and noted that it was now part of his identity. Jude Will be released by the end of 2022.