‘SABOTAGE’, New Music by Julian Bones

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up to date: Mar 5, 2021 09:00 EST


Gearing up for the launch of his debut EP “321”, actor/singer/songwriter Julian Bones has just unveiled his debut tune and music movie for “Sabotage”.

Boasting a smooth yet edgy rap/sung vocal functionality, and slick, dance-worthy production, the nearly anthemic keep track of meets the protagonist the extremely moment a “friends with rewards” predicament goes awry – when the other party out of the blue catches feelings. 

Julian expresses in his “Julian’s Lyric” video (posted on his Instagram & Youtube web pages), “…it really is that very moment you come across out all the things is kind of strange now…it is really not the same any longer… it’s possible they despatched you a specific sort of text…it’s sort of uncomfortable and you form of truly feel you have to deliver again the reigns a minor little bit.”

He afterwards mentions, “It can be also a moment of self-reflection” and goes on to urge listeners to possibly unpack their have backstory as to why (if) they have at any time been scared of dedication or self-sabotaged perhaps excellent “associations”.

Hailing from the South Facet of Chicago and now residing in New York Town, Julian is joyful to last but not least be stepping into his new music zone. His objective is to transform relatable ordeals into catchy, unforgettable songs that adhere with you while exploring his artistry. With his eclectic influences spanning Pop, R&B, Hip Hop, Rock, Classical & a lot more, we have no doubt he has the resources to do just that.

“Sabotage” is now streaming on ALL platforms, although the exciting and eye-catching accompanying new music video is by now generating waves on YouTube.

Julian’s debut EP “321” releases March 26, 2021.

Continue to keep up with Julian Bones by subsequent his Instagram @julianbonesofficial

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