David Juliet

David Juliet

 Toronto, Ontario, CAN
BandPopRock

David Juliet blends the best of the past into an original and unmistakable brand of pop that transcends genre boundaries.

Biography

Cutting his teeth in a number of bands, Concerthouse Music artist David Juliet has confidently found his feet on a new solo project that blends the best of the past into an original and unmistakable brand of pop that transcends genre boundaries. Ross Tonkin in conjunction with Blue Pie Records are proud to release David Juliet’s new record Variations (available now on iTunes through Blue Pie Records).

David Juliet has been nominated for a New Artist of the Year award (New Music Weekly Magazine), Best Male Mainstream Artist and Favorite International Mainstream Artist (Independent Music Network). His first single from the album - "These Days" - reached #52 on the Hot 100 charts in the United States. Music from Variations has been featured on radio stations, internet radio, podcasts., etc., across the U.S.

For all inquiries contact Ross Tonkin of Concerthouse Music:

concerthousemusic@gmail.com

Lyrics

Better Days

Written By: David Juliet

Better Days

I’m going to weigh in
If you can’t smile you can’t come in
I’m just going to say it—
If it’s taking too long it’s going to end

Ask any old friend
If it’s better to wait or start again
You’ve just got to say when
You’ve got to get on your way, stop giving in

You change your mind on a word, on a dime
But that’s all I had to give
There’s better times, but in a word
You know that I can’t go alone

You’re in a war you’ll never win
Yeah, but the time won’t come again
Make it always

The better days, they pass too soon
Yeah, but it all comes down to you
Make it always

I’m tired to waiting
And wondering how it’s going to end
The game you’re playing
It’s taking you down, you’re taken in

Ask any old friend
If it’s better to wait or start again
I’ll tell you something—
You’ll never know how it’s going to end

You change your mind on a word, on a dime
But that’s all I had to give
There’s better time, but in a word
You know that I can’t go alone

You’re in a war you’ll never win
Yeah, but the time won’t come again
Make it always
The better days, they pass too soon
Yeah, but it all comes down to you
Make it always

Light Traveler

Written By: David Juliet

Light Traveler

I’ve been waiting
I’ve lost too many lives
Because you weren’t strong enough
To be terrified

And I’ve been holding
What I thought I could defend
When I was strong enough
To start again

You’re waiting on a wire
I’m trying to pretend
To feel what I can’t find
When I can’t stop to start again

God only knows we come and go
We travel light or not at all
And someday, yeah, we’ll start again
We travel like we’ve got nothing left

What was I saying?
I forgot too many lines
Because they weren’t long enough
To demystify

How any one thing
Never lasts enough to end
Anything strong enough
To start again

You’re waiting on a wire
While I try to pretend
To read between the lines that
I can’t stop to hear again

God only knows we come and go
We travel light or not at all
And someday, yeah, we’ll start again
We travel like we’ve got nothing left

These Days

Written By: David Juliet

These Days

Sometimes I know just where I’m going
But I’m not quite sure where I’ve been
I’m told it all comes down to one thing
You’ve got to shake it off and start again

But I’m not looking for an answer
Or for a way to tell you why
I liked you more before than after
And for what I’ve done, well, I’ve got no alibi

But I’d like to meet you on a rainy day
And you can tell me how you’ve been

And we can say hello and by again

You say your world’s just what you make it
And you might say it’s worth a try
But making something out of nothing—
The waiting takes too long when you’re out of time

You’ve said, in time, you want to get away
Get away from what you’ve been
I’m half inclined to look the other way
But you never know how that would end

Your innocence you want to celebrate
But I can show you where you’ve been

And we can say hello and by again

But let me say I’d like to tell you honestly
I still don’t know
I guess you never know

When you say you’d like to take it all away
Where would it go?
I guess you never know when to go alone.

Out of My Head

Written By: David Juliet

Out of My Head

David Juliet

You know when I met you
You said “we’re one and the same,”
And nothing I could try to do
Could take that away

You say you traded your heart
Or did you give it away?
Well, staying is the hardest part
Of playing the game

And so it’s the end
The end of the way
There’s nothing new to start again
To make it the same

So play it again, and take it away
And if I ever meet you sometime when…
I’ll know what to say

I can’t get you out of my head
Out of my head
Out of my head
Would somebody please take me
Out of this place today

You know when I met you
I thought you must be insane
But nothing you could try to do
Could keep me away

And, yeah, you traded your heart
But then I gave it away
But staying is the hardest part
Of playing the game

And so it’s the end
The end of the way
There’s nothing new to start again
To make it the same

So play it again, and take it away
And if I ever meet you sometime when…
I’ll know what to say

I can’t get you out of my head
Out of my head
Out of my head
Would somebody please take me
Out of this place today

Discography

LP - "Variations" (Concerthouse / Blue Pie).

Set List

Sets vary between 40-60 min. Song lists vary