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Julianna Riolino shares new single ‘Isn’t It A Pity’

Toronto-based artist, Julianna Riolino is sharing her new single, ‘Isn’t It A Pity’ which comes as the final advance track to be lifted from her forthcoming debut album, All Blue which is out for release via You’ve Changed Records on October 14.

Leaning more heavily on emotional reality than diary details, the kernel of truth and experience always shines through in Riolino’s songwriting. That duality rings like a lovesick bell on ‘Isn’t It A Pity’, a track lodged somewhere between AM radio breeze and the florid wash of Waxahatchee. Trilling organ and Roddy Carlyle’s rangy bass play the perfect complement to Riolino’s sweetly strummed acoustic. “Isn’t it a pity, isn’t it a shame / The flowers in our garden have bloomed and shed their fray,” she bounces, before adding lines about astral projection, bringing a modernist edge to the vintage proceedings.


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