July Jones is a future superstar with an instantly distinctive look and a unique point of view. Her edgy electro-pop songs combine razor-sharp hooks with forward-thinking production choices and filter-free lyrics about relationships, queernessand mental health."I'm queer and my partner is transgender, so for me it's very important to speak about being LGBTQ,"she says."I want my fans to know there's a voice for them and not every song has to be about fucking and 'bitches' and alcohol, thoughit's great to sing about that too sometimes."Having established herself as an in-demand songwriter with credits includingBTS, Zolita, 99 Souls, Girli and Nasty Cherry, this fiercely talented Slovene-British musician is ready to unleash her own project.
And it's no accident that she's launching it with the bombastic and offbeat 'Butterflies'. "Normally every song has a scale, but the chorus of 'Butterflies' isn't in any scale, which is why it sounds so unusual,"she explains. "I'm really making a statement by putting out this song and the fact it features two of my favourite artists, Girli and Suzi Wu, just makes it even more powerful."