Julian Leix aka Julian Nantes seems to have arrived in life lately. After the wedding and the birth of his sons, he now enjoys family life to the fullest. The mirror is also broader in his music.
Single “My Love Is Deep”: New phase of life
With “My Love Is Deep” the musician released a new single in August. “The song describes my new phase of life. It’s about my son and my family life,” said Julian Nantes in an interview with SALZBURG24. The single is a “classic lockdown number”, as he goes on to explain. “My Love Is Deep” was created in spring 2020. When he played the song live for the first time, the feedback was so positive that the musician decided to record it.
My love is deep if I want out now x
Posted by Julian Nantes on Friday, August 13, 2021
Video shoot on vacation in France
The Salzburg resident also wanted to address the new family life in the accompanying video. It was created during a vacation in France on the Atlantic coast. “We wanted to shoot the video for the song there, after all, it’s about our family life. We used shaky, hand-made optics,” said Nantes.
Old song reissued
The solo artist already followed suit in November. With “SKMW” or “She Keeps Me Waiting” a song was reissued that is actually already ten years old: “I put it aside at the time and then released it years later on my Now EP. When I then played it live with Kick- When I played the tambourine and bass drum, it was too loud for me and I changed it to an acoustic version. ” The new version convinced the musician and he set about recording it. “For me it’s two different numbers, even if it’s the same lyrics. The song is completely reinterpreted.”
Julian Nantes as a one-man band
Incidentally, the Salzburg musician plays live shows as a one-man band. Equipped with a guitar, kick tambourine, bass drum and harmonica, the solo artist produces his soulful numbers for the audience. Julian Nantes would of course like to play the new singles live again, but that’s currently difficult due to the corona. For the person from Salzburg, who incidentally works as a teacher, this is irrelevant: “I make music because I am allowed to, not because I have to,” says Julian Nantes with a smile on his face.