Jules & the Howl unleashes wild feminine power with her brand new cover of “All Along the Watchtower”. The single injects raw energy into this Hendrix classic with epic powerhouse vocals and a guitar solo that pays homage to the legend himself. ‘Watchtower’ is Jules & the Howl’s second single and was released on Nov. 13th, with a music video that followed on Nov. 20th. The music video emphasizes Jules’ larger than life vocal performance and theatrical stage presence to create a gritty, hard-hitting re-imagining of the song. The kaleidoscopic visual effects and artistic lighting fixtures take the viewer inside her mind as she brings her eerie yet impactful vision into reality.
Jules & the Howl assembled an all-star lineup of musicians to execute her vision, including Nick Mason (aka Living Dead Drummer) on drums, Alex Windsor on bass and Ricky Hendrix on lead guitar. The single was mixed by Michael Child and mastered by Sage Audio. She then teamed up with Daniel Jun and Yoshi Guerra of Twenty20 Productions and Concrete Studios to create a music video with stunning visuals and effects. The production was further enhanced by the visual effects of Jay from JLC Imagery, production assistance by Ted Michaels and original custom-made costume pieces by Kelly Maglia. The music video features a stellar supporting cast of musicians including Andrew Kingsley on lead guitar, Aaron Medina on rhythm guitar, Alex Windsor on bass and Mike Diggs on drums.
Fans can listen to “All Along the Watchtower” on all their favorite streaming platforms and can see the music video on the Jules & the Howl YouTube channel. Jules & the Howl co-wrote and is the featured vocalist on two upcoming releases: “Drifter’s Road” by Ward feat. Jules & the Howl (out Dec. 4th) and “My Turn” by The Noise Machine feat. Jules & the Howl (out Dec. 11th).
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