Here it comes!
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We have been bopping to this song since we first heard it two months ago!
Now, we get to hear and SEE Julian Perretta in his new music video for That's All!
We think Julian did a FAB job covering this classic Genesis song! And the music video sure had us entertained!
Julian starts off wandering around India, playing and singing with kids. Then, he sends a text message to a VERY busty babe while she is swimming in a pool!
We're not sure how the two scenes are related but we sure did like watching!
Ch-ch-check out Julian doing his thing in That's All! (above)
Julian Perretta is one of our favorites and he's back - and he's going back too! Back to a sound similar to that we first heard from him when he burst onto the scene in 2009.
Think Billy Joel meets Mika!
Check out his infectiously bubbly and groovin new single That's All (above)!
If you insist on a Pony ride so much, we guess we'll oblige.
Ha! This video has so many of our favorite things together, we might just explode of excitement.
Jump on it (above)!!!
And we're getting the sense this might just be one of Ed's favorite songs. It's not like this is the first time he's tackled the seXXy throw-back hit.
But we're sure their Holland audience was thrilled he decided to twirl it out again this week. We know we are!!!
CHILLY CHILL CHILLS!!
Ed surprised his Parisian audience with a completely impromptu guest appearance by Julian, and the pair preceded to construct the most ear-pleasing rendition of Lego House to ever enter our ears!
Stick some plastic bricks together with Ed and Julian (above).
We love love LOVE when musicians add an extra special something into the melodious mix!
Soul, funk, disco, dance!
We are feeling this!!!
Check out If I Ever Feel Better, the Phoneix-inspired new song by one of our favorites, Julian Perretta (above)!
We imagine this is the kind of music Hall & Oates would be making in 2011!
So glad you're coming back, bb!
Michelle Branch has revealed that she's returning to pop music and has been writing a "fun" and "creative" album in London with producers Jim Irvin and Julian Emrey.
Her last studio release was a country record as part of The Wreckers back in 2006, however, the singer has said that she wants to go back "to her pop roots," similar to her 2001 album, The Spirit Room.
When talking about the upcoming album, she said:
"I was in London - I've been working on a new record Julian Emrey and Jim Irvine, who are these two writers I met in LA. The first song we wrote together is a song called Spark, and we were so excited about it - it was the best writing day possible!
It's great because they're writers and also producers. My favorite song that we wrote together was called The Story Of Us. It's a song that's really personal to me."
I have 11 or 12 songs ready to go right now and I'm going to go in studio in January and start recording them. I'm really confident I will have this record out by next summer."
Although, she does say that she "hates putting labels on it because a good song is a good song. This record is more in the vein of my first record, which I would say was a pop record." She continued:
"The last record became so exhausting that this one is all about having fun and being creative again and not feeling like I have to write a specific way for a specific genre."
Whatever your new album sounds like, we're happy you're returning to your roots!
Are U excited for Michelle Branch's return to pop?
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Check out his just-released music video for Stitch Me Up (above)!