“Julius Unger Bowditch was nicknamed Jupie by a roommate after watching a video of a recycling dog. And now he’s famous.”
Julius has reached out to me with the following message:
“I have a new song “Circle Falls” that comes out tonight 11/28 accompanied by a music video directed and animated by acclaimed artist Peggy Fussell.
Peggy has made significant contributions to the world of animation, including her work on the well-known children’s program “Barney & Friends.” The video for “Circle Falls” unfolds as a captivating stop-motion multimedia film perfectly synchronized with the music, embodying Baltimore in its imagery and tracing paths through time and space. In Peggy’s words, “these partial views allow for speculation and imbue some segments with a dreamlike quality, drawing intriguing parallels to paint, clay, or smeared media.”
In recent blog posts, I shared my admiration for Jupie’s music and the accompanying videos. The videos are visually stunning, but what really caught my attention was the beauty of Jupie’s music. I find myself constantly drawn to the accessibility of Jupie’s songs, and it’s hard not to get hooked on them. This newest release, in particular, has completely blown me away. It’s a beautiful piece of music that has the ability to touch your heart and bring out a range of emotions. I have been listening to it on repeat and discovering new layers and nuances with each play. I highly recommend exploring more of Julius’ music, as it deserves to be heard by a wider audience.
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