Julie Hardy is a songwriter, vocal producer and session singer based in Brooklyn, NY. She is a lead singer of the band Love Lola Love. Her music has been placed numerous times in TV commercials, films, and TV including ads for Old Navy, Lexus, Diet Coke, Haagen Dazs, Nike, Chanel, Sprint, Samsung, and Xbox, TV shows Shameless, Grey’s Anatomy, Vampire Diaries, Guilt, Lucifer, and House of Lies, the film Eighth Grade and the trailer for the Entourage movie. She is signed to Warner Chappell for publishing.
Julie has collaborated with many songwriter/producers including Mitch Allan, The Orphanage, Stuart Crichton, Cole MGN, Andrew Cedar and a number of artists including Donna Missal (writing and producing her viral hit “Keep Lying”), Mothica and Enisa (Atlantic Records).
As a vocal coach and producer she has worked with Joey Bada$$, 070 Shake, Rachel Platten, Donna Missal, Natalia Kills, Enisa, Tyler James Bellinger, Mothica and Tanners. Julie made her television debut on Saturday Night Live where she performed with Ellie Goulding. Later that year she performed on the Late Show with David Letterman with St. Vincent. As a vocalist, she has been featured in many advertisements, film trailers, video games, and TV & Film. Hardy teaches Songwriting at the Clive Davis Institute of Recorded Music and voice at the New School.