Saturday, 20 February 2021

The End Of Julia

The End Of Julia were a four-piece emo/indie band from Tyler, Texas that were around from 1999-2003 (approximately, I can't find much definite info on this band). What is definite about them is the absolutely stellar full-length they put out in 1999, Sunday Driver, which is a very underrated effort of high-energy punk pop with the tinges of melodic/melancholic emo bred by bands such as  Cross My Heart, The Gloria Record, Pop Unknown and Knapsack. Highly, highly recommended stuff. Enjoy.

1. What Happened To Forever?
2. Sail Away
3. Favorites
4. One Last Sunrise
5. Maintaining Radio Silence
6. An Elevated Man
7. Canvas
8. The Blue Period
9. Long-Awaited December

12. The End Of Julia - Landmine


  1. Holy shit. This is so good, it almost makes me sad that I didn't hear about this in 1999. I would have loved it. Oh well, I love it now! - MB

  2. I cannot tell you how long I have been looking for a download of this. Holy smokes, I'm glad i keep checking up on this blog. Keep it up!