Rising Indie/Alt. Band The Julian Day takes on the Vatican

New song/video “Idolatry” by The Julian Day takes a stab at organized religion, pushing the envelope that REM’s “Losing My Religion” barely touched on 20 years ago. The song is available now. Video to be released in April. Go to http://www.reverbnation.com/thejulianday to hear the song. Go to iTunes for their debut song “The Tide.

Ojai, CA (PRWEB) January 27, 2011

Immersed by their parents in the songs of the great singer/songwriters of the 70s and the experimentation of 80s bands like New Order, U2 and Echo and The Bunnymen, The Julian Day fuses the two to offer a wholly new sound for 2011 that amps it up while stripping it down. With The Julian Day you’ll find good songwriting mixed with just enough instrumentation to drive the songs along. Working with the idea that art is best when nothing can be added and nothing can be taken away, The Julian Day seeks to engage the listener head-on. Spare and spartanized, these songs have just the right amount of color and texture while offering brief lessons in the game of life.

The song is available now. Video to be released in April.

Go to http://www.reverbnation.com/thejulianday to hear the song.

Go to iTunes for their debut song “The Tide.”

Debut EP due out in April. Stay tuned!

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