Juliana “Jules” Madrid is a 21 year old singer/songwriter hailing from Dallas, Texas. Madrid combines elements of folk, alt, and pop to write sardonic, coming-of-age tales that are relatable yet uniquely her. Jules started in music at the young age of 9, learning guitar at the encouragement of her parents. Soon after, she enrolled in a local program called School of Rock. There, she began to find her voice while realizing she also had a knack for songwriting too, using music as a creative outlet to express herself.
Since then, Jules and her guitar [which she named “Earl”] have been inseparable, working tirelessly to refine her craft. She performs live anywhere she can and spends the rest of her time writing emotionally driven songs that touch on themes of relationships, religion, and growing up. Her musical influences span across the musical landscape including Fiona Apple, Patsy Cline, Elliot Smith, and Brandon Flowers. Initially writing alone in her bedroom, Jules recently linked up with GRAMMY nominated songwriter and producer, Benjamin Ruttner (1/2 of The Knocks), to work on her debut music project.