JUJ is an LA-based singer-songwriter from Philadelphia, PA. Not too long ago, she released a stylish lyric video for her “I Still Cry At Parties” single.
JUJ – “I Still Cry at Parties” single
“I’ve got no money to spare. Don’t know what I’m doing here. I’ve been watching this girl in the mirror asking, ‘Who the hell is she?’ Still don’t know much about me. Always the last one to leave. ‘Cause once I start drinking, I just can’t stop thinking that I’m lost in a crowd. I still cry at parties, all the time.” – lyrics
‘I Still Cry at Parties’ tells a heartfelt tale of a young woman who finds herself at a crowded party where she doesn’t know anyone. To fit in, she drinks a tad bit too much and finds herself in the bathroom, where she cries mascara tears. While there, she wants to know which situation is better—to hang out with people you don’t like or being alone?
‘I Still Cry at Parties’ contains an emotional narrative, ear-welcoming vocals, and tuneful melodies. Also, the likable tune possesses vibrant instrumentation scented with a warm emo-pop aroma.
“I wrote ‘I Still Cry at Parties’ two weeks before I turned 20 in February. I had been feeling like many do in their late teens and early twenties, very lost. I felt like I was going through so many life changes and I didn’t really know myself and that scared me. I would occasionally go to parties and venture out as an escape to how I was feeling, but I’d always end up leaving more sad. The more I’d try to forget, the more I was reminded. I was nervous feeling like I didn’t have it all figured out. But, eventually, I came to terms with being ok with still having a lot to learn about myself and not having it figured out. And that’s finally when I felt ok.” – JUJ stated
‘I Still Cry at Parties’ serves as a fantastic presentation of what listeners can expect to hear when JUJ releases new music in the near future. Therefore, keep a close eye on her as she continues her claim to fame to modern day fame.
“I Still Cry at Parties”
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