Hear JULIE CHRISTMAS' first new solo song in 13 years "Not Enough" | Revolver

Hear JULIE CHRISTMAS' first new solo song in 13 years "Not Enough"

Former Made Out of Babies singer and Cult of Luna collaborator returns

Ahead of her April 20th performance at the Roadburn Festival in the Netherlands, Julie Christmas has offered up her first new song in over a decade, the soaring, sighing, shrieking "Not Enough." Blast it above.

Christmas first made her name in the mid-2000s with the noise-rock band Made Out of Babies and the post-metal group Battle of Mice before releasing the solo record The Bad Wife in 2010. She's also guested on songs from Mouth of the Architect, Spylacopa and Pigs, and collaborated on an entire album with Cult of Luna, 2016's acclaimed Mariner. On March 3rd, she played her first solo show in six years, at Brooklyn's heavy-metal stronghold Saint Vitus Bar.

"Not Enough" features an all-star cast backing Christmas: Cult of Luna's Johannes Persson, Kylesa's Laura Pleasants and Candiria's John LaMacchia on guitars, Tom Tierney on keyboards, Revolver's own Chris Enriquez (also of Spotlights) on drums, and Pigs' Andrew Schneider on bass, percussion, guitar and synth.

"I started to sing 'Not Enough' while riding in a car on the highway in Brooklyn and seeing all these water towers along the tops of the buildings," Christmas commented. "Some of them are so beautiful.

"But I like the dented ones just as much. The sun was blazing hot that day and throwing crazy shadows under the towers. In my head, for a minute, It struck me that the towers were very, very brave.

"They were there ready to do what they were intended to do against incredible heat. And more importantly, they were there all the time. If they can do it, I can do it, too.

"This song is now out and is released under my name but it was first written by Andrew Schneider and turned into what it is now by these incredible people: Johannes Persson, John LaMacchia, Chris Enriquez, Laura Pleasants and Tom Tierney.

"Men among men!"