Jules Rendell has been honing her craft as a singer, composer, vocal arranger and music entrepreneur with vocal group Get Gospel.
Now with her debut solo offering, she explores themes of self worth, perfectionism and fear. Jules has fused her soulful roots with electronic soundscapes, hints of funk and pop hooks.
With this deeper ethos behind the album Jules explains:
“Through my own mental health struggles, I’ve learned a lot about using my own imagination as a positive force for my life. I’ve had to change the way I think to push through the barriers of low self worth to even make this album. Each song is a reminder to myself for how to keep healthy in my mind; whether it be my self-talk, rest, letting go of fear or staying connected to friends.”
Jules Rendell has been making a name for herself all around the UK including live performances at the London Hippodrome (sold out), O2 Islington, Manchester Academy, and with Robert Elms on BBC London. Her TV and ﬁlm credits include London Live, OH TV, BBC 1Xtra live session (with Get Gospel), a placement on US feature ﬁlm, ‘The Father’s Love’ for her song ‘Thank You’ and adverts for Dr. Oetker.