Jane Allison ‘Just Another Girl’ | Album Review

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Allison’s debut album ‘Just Another Girl’ is an album full of soulful contemplation, finely in tune with Bristol’s contemporary country scene, which showcases her exceptional vocal capability over ten Americana-drenched ditties. Certainly influences such as Neil Young, Leonard Cohen and the freewheelin’ Bob Dylan are apparent, but the album as a whole reaches further afield, bearing closer similarities to artists like Drive-By Truckers, The Decemberists, and First Aid Kit. It’s a clean and polished country gem hidden amidst the city smog, but one which ultimately traces a similar path to the artists that came before.

Stream ‘Hymn To Hope’ from the album right here: