Indie-Pop artist Julia Wolf has released provocative new single “Get Off My”. The song references her career and “calls out those who blew her off in the early days, only to return and try to take credit for her success”. “Get Off My” was produced by Jackson Foote of Loote (Demi Lovato, Tate McCrae, Zara Larsson) and Ionut Madalin Rosioru, and is the third single from Wolf’s forthcoming debut album, which will be released by BMG in early 2023.
‘Get Off My’ is the all too relatable anthem for people who are fed up and over being mistreated. It’s based on a true story early in my career where my time wasn’t being valued, and in turn taken for granted, as if disposable. But when people stand you up, it becomes the push you need, the kick to stay motivated and prove them so wrong they come crawling back, something we see happen time and time again. When you start doing well and believing in yourself, everyone wants to say they had a hand in making your accomplishments that follow a reality. But this song is here to shut said entitlement down and quite literally tell people to get off my…back.
While “Get Off My” was inspired by personal experience, the official video underscores the universal side of the song. Directed by Serena Reynolds (Carlie Hanson, The Regrettes), the clip features Wolf alongside her sister, her best friend, and an assortment of people on the streets of Brooklyn who find “joyful empowerment in the song’s straight-talking chorus”. The video will be featured on the YouTube Times Square billboard starting on September 30th, 2022.
As Halloween draws near, Wolf also has lots of spooky activities planned for her fans. She’ll be one of the artists telling scary stories around Tidal’s virtual campfire and she’s creating a Halloween-themed guide of her favorite spots around NYC for Apple Maps.
Julia Wolf is also the first musician to partner with Fable, the digital book club app with a roster of moderators that includes actors Sean Astin (The Lord of the Rings) and LeVar Burton (Star Trek: the Next Generation). Her first selection is the 2014 horror comedy novel Horrorstör, written by Grady Hendrix and illustrated by Michael Rogalski. Find out more about the book club here.