Julia Viktoria - “Better Than Me” press photo
Photo by Matilda Hammar

Julia Viktoria releases a lovely pop tune, entitled, “Better Than Me”

Julia Viktoria is a singer-songwriter from Sweden. Not too long ago, she released a lovely pop tune, entitled, “Better Than Me.”

Julia Viktoria – “Better Than Me” single

“Thought I’d be home but I’m not ‘cause I got busy talking to my friends. Forgot, I know, I probably should have called you up. Why am I always a mess? Maybe I should try to keep my word instead. I know I’ll hurt you in the end and it’s wrong. I’m the last to leave the party, I don’t answer when you call me. And I’m bad at saying sorry, but at least I’m honest. Even though I’m quite hard-to-please and I make everything too extreme, no one loves you better than me.” – lyrics

‘Better Than Me’ tells an intriguing tale about a young woman who shares a challenging relationship with her significant other. Apparently, she makes bad decisions a lot, and whenever she gets mad, she goes from high to low self-esteem. Also, she’s trying to change for the better but it’s difficult for her to do so. Later, she tells her partner, “How can you still be mine? I can’t understand your mind. Trust me, I don’t know how you put up with me.”

‘Better Than Me’ contains a relatable narrative, ear-pleasing vocals, and tuneful melodies that will resonate well with fans of Sofia Karlberg, LOVA, and SHY Martin. The radio-ready tune possesses lush instrumentation flavored with a contemporary pop vibration. Furthermore, “Better Than Me” serves as a tasty appetizer to what listeners can expect to hear from Julia Viktoria in the near future as she continues to release new music.

“I’m bad at saying sorry but at least I’m honest.”

Julia Viktoria - “Better Than Me” press photo
Photo by Matilda Hammar

“There are so many of us who have had or have such a relationship. A relationship where you passionately love that other person but still manage to hurt them over and over again. The situation tends to be a bit manic and you try to look in the mirror to figure out how to get better. The person wonders if it would not be better to leave the relationship, only to discover that he/she feels too weak or is afraid of being alone. Instead, the partner is convinced that no one can love BETTER THAN ME.” – Julia Viktoria explained

‘Better Than Me’ was written during 2020–2021 when all of Julia Viktoria’s international jobs were canceled. Together with Beatrice Jaksch and Gabriel Pettersson, Julia wrote the painful, thoughtful lyrics.

“Better Than Me” single

Julia Viktoria - “Better Than Me” song cover art
Photo by Matilda Hammar

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