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Julie Mintz


  1. 1.
    Purple Rain/Million Reasons
  2. 2.
    The Sorrow Tree - Moby's 4 a.m Mulholland Drive Remix - Moby
  3. 3.
    Purple Rain / Million Reasons - Minimal Remix - Moby
  4. 4.
    Take Me Home, Country Roads
  5. 5.
    'Til She Disappears
With her delicate yet commanding vocals, Julie Mintz has a rare ability to turn the most nuanced of feelings into songs that captivate.
On her forthcoming full-length debut, the L.A.-based singer/songwriter muses on longing and disillusionment and romantic confusion, an exploration made all the more enthralling by her moody and luminous take on Gothic Americana. But in choosing a title for the album, Mintz landed on Abandon All Hope of Fruition—a phrase that speaks to the transformative power in trading yearning for acceptance.
“If you take it at face value, it might sound hopeless, but it’s actually very freeing,” says Mintz, noting that the title refers to a passage from American Tibetan Buddhist Pema Chödrön’s classic book When Things Fall Apart. “It’s about letting go of the hope that things are going to be different in the future, and moving toward an appreciation of where you are right now. Giving the album that title felt like a good way to remind myself of where to put my attention going forward.”
Abandon All Hope of Fruition follows Mintz’s quietly stunning debut EP The Thin Veil, a 2015 release produced by Moby (whose live band she joined as a background vocalist and keyboardist in 2011).


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