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Julia Jacklin: Midnight Chats – Episode 78

Remember when you were 17 and thought you were going to die from emotions?

Julia Jacklin has been solidly touring her second album Crushing since is was released in February 2019. Seven days away from a five-week break, she flew to the UK to play Green Man festival and – in an act of extreme kindness/stupidity – came on our podcast in a hallowed slither of time between stepping off her plane and getting into her tour van to drive to Wales.

We spoke about the perils of the festival circuit, why you should always celebrate your birthday and feeling so much emotion at the age of 17 that you thought you were going dissolve.

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