Julia Michaels details debut album

Not in Chronological Order arrives April 30th

Grammy Award-nominated multi-platinum singer and songwriter Julia Michaels reveals the title and track listing to her long-awaited debut album, Not In Chronological Order, which arrives April 30th via Republic Records. To accompany the announcement, she shared a new song from the album, “Love Is Weird,” with the launch of the album pre-orders.

In support of the release, Michaels spoke with Zane Lowe on Apple Music 1 Radio’s New Music Daily Show.

Offering another glimpse into what fans can expect from the upcoming album, “Love Is Weird,” weaves together airy production and soft acoustic guitar, while she delicately likens relationships to “Playing Operation trying to put me back together,” before candidly admitting, “Love is weird. Don’t know how I wound up here…It shows up and disappears.” This honest and hypnotic melody highlights her uncanny ability to tune into raw emotion and unfiltered lyricism, with her signature vocal tone and delivery.

The new song sets the stage for the release of her anxiously awaited full-length debut album. Presenting a full 360-degree perspective on the critically acclaimed songstress, it examines every facet of her life emotionally and spiritually in a 10-song body of work that finds Michaels piecing together the chapters of her life in one place work.

“When I was looking at the track listing, it literally was not in chronological order of the events that it took place in my life,” she says. “The way that I saw the track listing in my head, a lot of the heartbreak came in the middle, and finding new love came at the end. That’s the arc of this album: I’m not bitter about love anymore. I know what functional love is like and being in love and being hesitant about that love because it feels so perfect.”

Michaels’ current single “All Your Exes” arrived to critical acclaim upon its release. The track was co-written with Grammy nominated singer and songwriter JP Saxe.

Michaels currently features on the cover of Euphoria Magazine where she talks more about the album.

  1. All Your Exes
  2. Love Is Weird
  3. Pessimist
  4. Little Did I Know
  5. Orange Magic
  6. Lie Like This
  7. Wrap Around
  8. History
  9. Undertone
  10. That’s The Kind Of Woman

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