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New York City indie-folk artist Julia Graye releases introspective single 'Kind Of'.

Don't be fooled by the easygoing lull of the instrumental - Julia Graye is wrought with all kinds of conflicting emotions in her new single 'Kind Of'. If you ever wondered what second-guessing sounds like, this is it.

Most instruments on this folk and rock-inspired track were played by Julia herself. She first picked up a guitar at the age of thirteen, and in the years since, somewhat accidentally became a very impressive multi-instrumentalist.

"'Kind Of' is an anthem for the end of summer. It was written to try to capture the bittersweet nature of warm-weathered love that so often dissipates as we shift into the beginning of fall."

Speaking as someone who becomes little use to anyone in the Autumn (leave me alone, I'm hibernating with a mug of novelty-flavoured hot chocolate!), it's easy to resonate with Julia's words. They paint a beautiful picture of fallen leaves and the cooling of the days. If you're a fan of Phoebe Bridgers, Bon Iver, and Caroline Polachek, you'll want 'Kind Of' on your seasonal playlists, too.

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