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Julian Fulco Perron Explores the Intensity of Love with Vintage-Infused Single "Delicate"

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Single artwork for “Delicate” by Julian Fulco Perron. Photo courtesy of JFP.

Denver, Colorado - Julian Fulco Perron, a rising indie artist known for blending classic vibes akin to Elton John with the modern psych-rock experimentation of Tame Impala, is set to enchant listeners with the release of his latest single, "Delicate" on May 22, 2024. This track delves into the tumultuous and tender moments of love, offering a rich, vintage-infused soundscape.


In"Delicate", Julian explores the complexities of affection and emotional turmoil, skillfully weaving these themes into a sonically captivating experience.


“Delicate is about the fragility and intensity of love that feels almost too strong to handle,” says Julian. “It’s about how love can drive you to madness, yet you find beauty in its intensity. This song captures that paradox in a way that feels both raw and intricate.” JFP hopes that this single will connect with listeners who have experienced the profound impact of love, reminding them of its powerful, sometimes overwhelming, presence.

Fresh off of a European Tour in the fall of 2023, he sets his eyes on the release of his third full-length LP; which has been described as a “late 70s era classic funk, soul and disco-inspired effort” with influences for the record including The Bee Gees, Earth, Wind, and Fire, Nile Rodgers and ABBA.


Julian Fulco Perron's streaming success continues to soar, having surpassed 150,000 streams in 2023 alone. Meanwhile, Julian's presence in the live music scene is also on an impressive ascent. He has captivated audiences alongside notable acts, including the platinum-awarded songwriter Katie Toupin, the dynamic California-based surf rockers Archer Oh!, and the Brooklyn-based disco sensation, Say She She, showcasing his versatility and broad appeal on stage.


Julian’s new single “Delicate” will be released on May 22nd, 2024, and can be pre-saved HERE.


More information on Julian and his upcoming releases can be found HERE.


About Julian Fulco Perron:


Labeled as an art-pop rock singer/songwriter, Julian Fulco Perron combines elements of power pop, psychedelic rock, funk music, folk artistry, and experimental genres to create music that shows his willingness to explore as a multi-instrumentalist and producer. Influenced by the writing and recording techniques of Brian Wilson and Paul McCartney, JFP is able to create layers of sound featuring full horn and string sections, mellotron, and vintage keyboards. 

Known for his DIY approach to music and video production, JFP writes, records, and produces all of his own music, and has also created visually stunning music videos for each of his releases.


Experimentation is nothing new for JFP, whose 2020 debut album Dreamland  has been cited by Bolder Beat as “lush, beautiful, and disorienting psychedelia,” and featured a batch of music videos shot by Julian on Super 8 film from the 1960s. JFP continued to change and adapt his sound in 2022 with his second album In My Garden, which was identified as a folk-rock-inspired expedition.


Transport yourself to an era where the essence of music was captured on tape, where the warmth of analog instrumentation carried a humble allure. Julian Fulco Perron, a sonic time traveler, crafts each of his albums as a meticulous "period piece" for a bygone era. Channeling the spirit of the 60s and 70s, he ponders, "What if I were an artist back then? What melodies and lyrics would echo through those times?"


He delves into the mindset of artists facing the limitations of analog technology and instruments often lacking today's multifaceted options. Julian aims to craft modern compositions with a reimagined view of the music of yesteryear.


Beyond the notes and rhythms, he immerses himself in the aesthetics of the past – donning vintage fashion that whispers of nostalgia. His commitment also extends to the visual realm, using film to shoot his music videos, capturing the authentic essence of an era where celluloid was the canvas for artistic expression.


In a world saturated with modern possibilities, this musician intentionally restricts himself, offering listeners a genuine glimpse into the artistic constraints of a golden musical age.



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