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Justine Blanchet Don’t Ask Me To Dance


Justine Blanchet continues her climb this year, with an impressive balance between talent, realness, work ethic and style.

The highly-anticipated EP Don’t Ask Me To Dance released this past weekend, following on from the vastly streamed singles Heart Less and Hard To Love – two book-ends for the collections – and the release naturally secures her role within the country-pop realm of the contemporary scene.

From the multi-layered colours, melodic appeal and honesty of Hard To Love, we enter the dreamy tones and driving anthemic presence of Cheap Sunglasses, Justine setting the mood as ever with lyrical and production relevance to the underlying story.

We then get the EP’s title-track, sultry Country twangs introducing a short-lined and infectious Don’t Ask Me To Dance – an easy hit that feels both familiar and fresh as it confidently gathers momentum. No doubt this one will prove a favourite at Justine’s live shows this year.

Waste The Weekend brings a welcomed breath of folk delicacy and lightness, an intimate call for the value of simply spending time with someone who matters. There’s a heartfelt and accessible purity to this one, which arrives at just the right moment – before the unmistakable and lyrically clever Heart Less pours through to wrap up a brilliantly likable, musically eclectic and uplifting project.

An engaging effort with a timeless and relatable sound plus a twist of modern refection and character that continues to reach out – download or stream Don’t Ask Me To Dance on all platforms.

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Rebecca Cullen

Founder & Editor

Founder, Editor, Musician & MA Songwriter

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