In the few short years since penning her first song, singer/songwriter Juliet Lloyd has quickly gained a name for herself as a strikingly accomplished young songwriter and no-holds barred performer. From thousand-seat amphitheaters to intimate standing-room only cafes, audiences have been held captive by her accessible, memorable songs and easy charm time and time again. She “can move you from uncontrollable dancing to the brink of tears within a moment,” according to the Rochester (NY) Insider, equally capable of wringing every last emotion out of a heartbreaking ballad as ripping into a blazing rocker. The release of her sophomore album, Leave the Light On (July 2007) - "an astonishingly slick independent CD with a big studio sound" (Boston Globe) - brings a new collection of original songs that somehow manage – like Juliet herself – to be both modern and timeless, both personal and universal. Blending elements of pop, rock, and soul, it features standout vocal performances that have become her trademark – “soulful, emotive, and loaded with groove” (Metronome Magazine). The album's songs have been featured multiple times on MTV's 'Real World' and 'The Hills," and VH1's 'Tough Love.