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June 13, 2017

J.Views Shares “Don’t Pull Away (ft. Milosh)” Video On NPR First Watch – Announces Deluxe Edition of Grammy Nominated ‘401 Days’ Entitled ‘402’ Out 6/16

WATCH & SHARE: J.Views – “Don’t Pull Away”

 

“Don’t Pull Away” is remarkably seductive. That’s no wonder: Mike Milosh, who’s astonishing voice was at the heart of the sensual band Rhye, contributes both that and songwriting, alongside Gotye and J.Views. It’s easy to understand why this billowing, floating piece has drawn over five million listens on Spotify…”
– NPR

 

Today NPR First Watch shares the video for J.Views single “Don’t Pull Away”. Written with both Rhye’s frontman Mike Milosh, who also provides the heavenly vocals, as well as Grammy winner Gotye, “Don’t Pull Away” has already gotten 6 Million spins on Spotify. The video, starring transgender model/actress Indya Moore and model Elliot Sailors tells the story of a heartbreak, the very final moment of loss of love and acceptance. “I feel motivated to proudly celebrate women, women of color and LGBTQ people” says director Tamar Glezerman “To try and reflect different people with all kinds of stories. Stories that just got a lot more urgent to listen to”  ‘401 Days’ is out now The album picked up a grammy nomination for Best Boxed or Special Limited Edition Packaging.

J.Views will also release the deluxe edition of ‘401 Days’ entitled ‘402’ on June 16.  ‘402’ will feature Orchestral renditions of songs from ‘401 Days’, as well as remixes and edits from RKCB, Bad Royale, JABS, and others.
 
J.Views Also Made a statement about the song for International Women’s Day:


“This song was written by Mike Milosh (of Rhye), Gotye, and myself.


I’m so thankful to the team for beautifully capturing the heartbreak in this song. Especially director Tamar Glezerman, Indya Moore & Elliott Sailors, for giving their full hearts to this.


I can’t think of a time when my Jewish immigrant butt could be more proud to share a same-sex love story, led by a beautiful, precious, transgender woman of color, written & directed by a brilliant queer female-director.
I wish all of this wouldn’t need to be mentioned at all, but there is a flag to urgently wave now.

You can rest assured that we will always keep holding this voice in the world. We will keep creating for you, for unity, love, and self expression.


We will keep pushing all sorts of beauty in their faces, relentlessly.”