Juliana on writing “Intrusive Thoughts”:
“With two years left of my teenage experience, I can say that this has been a time of extremes. Where the good moments are all enchantment and bliss, and the bad, utter agony. Making this album has been a means of self-reflection, and I know that my mind is at it’s absolute most chaotic, now, at 18, than it ever will be again. All I can hope for, now that it’s going out into the world, is that ‘Intrusive Thoughts’ captured this chaos authentically, before it all calms down.”
Mike Montrey on what he enjoyed most about producing "Intrusive Thoughts":
“The thing I always enjoy is seeing the songs come to life, but I also love Juliana’s creative spirit, which is mixed with a significant amount of organization. People often overlook or forget about the role that the organizational mind plays in creativity and getting your idea out there."
Bob Makin, NewJerseystage.com:
“If Taylor Swift was haunted by the ghost of Warren Zevon while she made an album, it might sound like Juliana Frangella’s 10-song debut LP, “Intrusive Thoughts,” Like Swift, she surprisingly inspires empathy and relatability in the face of young female angst. Like Zevon, her witty wordplay and skewering sarcasm are hysterical.”