Jenny Queen - Seven Days

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Using the Wilco song Sky Blue Sky as a sonic template, Jenny Queen and her band conjure an evocative brew on (her new album) AFTER THE DANCEs more mournful moments, such as the Seven Days and Lullaby For Jayne.

But they also show theyre up for a party when the record takes a sudden upswing in the second half with tracks like Headphones and the lively [albeit rather macabre] duo of Russian Roulette and the rollicking closer, a cover of Guns N Roses I Used To Love Her [where Jenny breaks down in giggles as she repeats over and over the line: I used to love him, but I had to kill him].

AFTER THE DANCE is a major new work from a gifted songstress. As sad as it might be, Jennys pain has manifested itself into our gain. AFTER THE DANCE is a record worthy of a sitting alongside albums by some of Jennys own personal idols, like Wilco, Gillian Welch and Neil Young.

Theres no doubt that after only one listen, Jenny Queen fans old and new will agree that AFTER THE DANCE has been truly worth the wait.


Jenny Queen (born March 18, 1979) is a singer-songwriter and author. Both her songs and her literary writing often deal with memory and how people process memory over time. Her musical style encompasses elements from genres of roots, indie folk, neotraditional country, country and pop. Her lyrical content and voice have been described as a "combination of little girl and windswept and bruised woman."

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