Julz Savard has released her new single 'Stop Trying To Keep What You're Fighting For'. Self-aware and sentimental, Julz Savard is an artist who writes and sings about things of faith (and her life) in a way that's raw and vulnerable - no sugarcoating.
After being heavily active for most of her teen years with her band, Save Me Hollywood, Julz decided to go solo in 2018. She released her debut single "I Can Live Again,” which raked over 200,000 views in just one month on YouTube and caught the attention of former Hillsong United member, Luke Munns, who then reproduced it.
She later released her first EP that included “Infatuated.” The acoustic version of the single has gone on to reach over 500,000 streams on Spotify. Julz moved to L.A. in late 2019 and is releasing music as an independent artist.
Her biggest hope is to just have a space where others can connect to her and truth, and discover parts of themselves along the way. Julz won the Worship Collective Songwriting Contest and has performed at Found Music Festival with King & Country headlining.