John Lennon’s Son Julian Releases New Song To ‘Inspire Hope And Unity’

The Beatles vocalist John Lennon‘s son, Julian Lennon, released a new song named ‘Lucky Ones’ from his upcoming album ‘Jude’ on August 3. According to the press statement shared by American Songwriter, the track aims to inspire its audience and raise the listeners’ spirit.

Julian Lennon, a source of inspiration for some Beatles songs such as ‘Hey Jude,’ debuted his solo music career in 1984. He released the first studio album ‘Valotte,’ known for the lead single ‘Too Late for Goodbyes’ the same year. He has released six studio albums to this date.

The singer’s most recent record was ‘Everything Changes,‘ released on October 2, 2011, following the singles ‘Lookin 4 Luv’ and ‘Guess It Was Me.’ Later, the album was re-released on June 13, 2013, and it consisted of a collaboration with Aerosmith’s Steven Tyler on the song named ‘Someday.’

Lennon’s upcoming album, ‘Jude,’ is scheduled to come out on September 9, 2022. The title’s inspiration is from The Beatles’ 1968 song ‘Hey Jude,’ written by Paul McCartney for Julian. The album’s announcement was made with the singles ‘Freedom’ and ‘Every Little Moment’ on April 8, 2022, on John Lennon’s 59th birthday. Also, ‘Save Me’ and ‘Breath’ came out as additional singles in June.

A new song titled ‘Lucky Ones’ from Lennon’s upcoming record dropped on August 3. According to the press statement reported by American Songwriter, the song’s energetic sound and touching lyrics, such as ‘we’re the lucky ones,’ aims to inspire its listeners. The vocalist, known for his activism for climate action, pointed out the importance of being united in the face of climate change and working together to make the world a better place.

The press statement reported:

The up-tempo track captures Lennon’s ability to inspire hope and unity with an anthemic hook that reminds us that we are the ‘Lucky Ones,’ as his passion for climate action comes through with lyrics calling for a revolution.”

You can listen to the song below.