Juliette Goglia Doesn’t Need You To Feel Sorry In Her New Single, “Empathy”
| Indie-pop artist and esteemed actress, Juliette Goglia, has released her new single “Empathy”, the final single to be released off of her upcoming debut EP, I’m Not Sweet. Through “Empathy”, Juliette expertly shows her craft for creating honest tracks in this whimsical yet raw song about the effects associated with feeling every emotion, even the emotions of others.
In “Empathy,” Juliette creates lyrics that portray how she actually feels about all of her emotions, including her empathy. The song begins with a slower tune to it and heartbreaking lyrics such as, “Feeling things too deeply I’ve been told is my crime.” Building to a crescendo, the strum of guitars and clashing of drums mix together to form a lively, striking track. She ends the single carrying out the words “my heart” as the chiming sounds of the piano fade out in the distance.
Juliette Goglia is an artist born and raised in Los Angeles, California. She grew up before our very eyes through her roles in Hannah Montana, Scandal, Easy A, Two and a Half Men, Mike and Molly, and countless other TV shows and films. In 2018, she decided to span across platforms and enter the music industry. Writing honest, raw, and sometimes cynical songs, Juliette’s music drips with all the attitude of the early Katy Perry we all love and miss but with a 2019 alt-indie flare. Juliette writes about the experience of a young person in her early 20s trying to get by day to day and wanting the most out of life.
Juliette is set to release her debut EP, I’m Not Sweet, later this year. The raw EP focuses on growing up but not wanting to grow old, dealing with betrayal, battling depression and anxiety, and drowning in empathy and many other felt but under discussed topics. She is currently on tour with Postmodern Jukebox. Juliette’s rendition of “Teenage Dream” through the group garnered 450K streams on Spotify and 530K views on YouTube.