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Multi-talented Juliette Lewis is returning pure, unadulterated music to North America this fall as she embarks on a 20+ city US tour. Juliette will first electrify crowds with raw, high-energy performances this summer on a sold out European tour. Of her performances, Juliette Lewis says, “songwriting and recording is one thing but the live show is really what I’m made to do. I like creating a super visceral experience and putting on the type of show you walk a way from feeling like your heart is on fire and you just live through something. I want people to experience everything I feel on that stage but in a dramatic catharsis of energy. The set should take you on a ride of danger, loss, seduction and celebration.”

After a six-year hiatus, Juliette’s new music combines layers of pop, blues and disco to the original hard-rock sound. Described as a “poppy funky delight” in its premiere via Nylon, Juliette’s new single Hello Hero was co-written and co-produced by Isabella “Machine” Summers of Florence and the Machine. In addition to her work with Isabella, she has also been in the studio with Brad Schultz of Cage the Elephant working on her EP to be released later this year.

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Aside from her music career, Juliette is also recognized as one of Hollywood’s most talented and versatile actors of her generation. From when she first stunned audiences and critics alike with her Oscar-nominated performance as 'Danielle Bowden' in Cape Fear, to date she has worked with some of the most revered directors in the industry, including Martin Scorsese, Woody Allen, Lasse Hallström, Quentin Tarantino, Oliver Stone and Garry Marshall. In addition to her film career, Lewis has continued to add roles to her growing list of television credits including most recently the hit ABC drama Secrets and Lies, whose second season will premiere this fall. Most recently, Lewis was featured in a critically acclaimed documentary about her life, Hard Lovin’ Woman which was directed by Michael Rapaport.

Praise for Juliette Lewis & Hard Lovin’ Woman:
“That very spirit of impassioned reverence for music is central to Lewis’ performances and songwriting, and is what makes the film’s tile so apt”-Interview Magazine

“Hard Lovin’ Woman mashes together Lewis’ professional worlds in both film and music to form a fresh portrait of the 42-year-old’s multi-pronged career”-Entertainment Weekly

“Hard Lovin’ Woman…is a love letter to Lewis’s music career, and a tribute to the DGAF attitude, ferocious stage presence, and intense creative energy that have been Lewis’s calling card since her days as a Hollywood ‘It’ girl”-The Cut