“Hey everyone! This may not come as a surprise, but I am so sad that my headline show at the Lexington on the 16th of April will not be going ahead but I am SO pleased to announce that we have rescheduled! The show will now be happening on the 6th of October and all tickets that have already been bought will still be valid - I really hope you can still make it. Thank you for your patience, I can’t wait to perform again!”
Born and raised in Durban, South Africa, Julia Church is a multi-talented musician who grew up listening to Nora Jones, Fleetwood Mac, Carly Simon and Joni Mitchell while idolizing the likes of James Vincent McMorrow, Lana Del Ray, Chet Faker and Jamie Woon both for their musical capabilities as well as their production. Her first break as an artist came before she moved to the UK as she wrote and featured on a number of dance records which have accumulated over 50 millions streams and radio plays around the world. Most noticeably Walls for Tez Cadey and Bright Side for Mozambo & Basic Tape.