Julia Jacklin has debuted another new cut, ‘Comfort’

It's the latest to arrive ahead of the release of her second album 'Crushing'.

Julia Jacklin has dropped a new track ahead of the release of her second album ‘Crushing’.

‘Comfort’ is the latest cut to be taken from the record, which is set for release next Friday, 22nd February. It follows up on ‘Body’, ‘Head Alone’ and ‘Pressure To Party’ in previewing the follow-up to 2016’s debut ‘Don’t Let The Kids Win’

“Happy Valentine’s Day! On tour with First Aid Kit last year I crossed the highway from our Super 8 motel just outside of Santa Rosa, New Mexico and stumbled upon this strange water park,” Julia explains.

“I ran back and dragged Nick out of his bed yelling, “we must make a video!” we only had an hour before we needed to start driving to the next show but we managed to get enough footage of me looking sad to make the clip.”

You can check out ‘Comfort’ below.

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