Album: How Dare You
Release Date: November 22, 2019
Jocelyn Alice is giving fans a glimpse into her mind and soul with the release of her debut full-length album How Dare You. The talented singer-songwriter is following the release of her 2018 EP Little Devil which earned her a coveted platinum hit on “Jackpot” and certified gold singles “Feels Right” and “Bound to You”.
Alice’s songs have been featured on hit shows like One Tree Hill and Pretty Little Liars, while her talents as a writer continue to earn accolades; she took home a SOCAN No.1 Song Award for her co-write on Mother Mother’s hit single “The Drugs”.
Three years in the making, How Dare You is a dynamic, hook-driven collection of songs that combine Alice’s vocal talents with her ability to blend vulnerability and attitude. The opener “Papers” – a story about the realities of contracts, featuring Hello Moth – comes out swinging, setting the tone for the realness that follows the rest of the album; tracks like “The Dark” deliver a sultry backdrop while its lyrics capture honest and raw emotion, a balance that Alice knows how to deliver with relative ease.
“Spin Cycle” features a slick feature from Nashville-based pop-rock talent Rayelle and Latin-infused production from Marshall. Alice’s vocals shine on the heart-wrenching ballads “Guess I Still Love You” and “Who Am I Kidding?” Everything she speaks comes from the heart and soul. Through her unbridled honesty, Alice has delivered a moving debut of her highs and lows, inviting us all on her journey and allowing us to find ourselves in her words.
How Dare You is Jocelyn Alice’s stellar debut, and it’s available to stream on Spotify and Apple Music now.
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