The first new studio album in 14 years, “Dance Underwater” is a true return to form. The album is varied, dynamic and has all the
hallmarks of a truly great Gene Loves Jezebel album that will please the fans and appeal well beyond.
The first single lifted from the album “Summertime” is sure to be an anthem for the summer, catchy and breezy, its GLJ at their
For a band to stay relevant across decades is unusual — but to do so with much of the same lineup for most of that time is
exceptional. Such is the case with Gene Loves Jezebel, which indicates that these musicians come together not only out of an
appreciation for the memorable music they create, but also because they truly like and respect each other. Jay Aston (vocals),
James Stevenson (guitars), Pete Rizzo (bass) and Chris Bell (drums) — with Peter Walsh producing — have created extraordinary GLJ songs for 30 years now. With their new album, they honour that legacy by expanding it.