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Kiss Me On A Friday Night

(Out Now)

Laura Jayne is set to become the new solo star to watch out for thanks to this fully-fledged, sexually-charged rocker. Sam Lambeth reviews.

It’s becoming painfully obvious that there is simply nothing that Laura Jayne cannot do. Already feted as one of my ones to watch for 2022, it’s fair to say I feel rather vindicated in my decision.

At the time, however, praising our Laura was mainly due to her fearless and fantastic support of the unsigned music community – her radio shows, her playlisting, her non-stop commitment to helping musicians increase their streams in an organic way

Now she’s staking a claim of her own in the music world, and what a way to kick things off. This is no half-arsed hobby or dip in the water, this is a serious statement from someone who has music running through their veins.

Kiss Me On A Friday Night may initially sound like an electrifying Taylor Swift slice of twee country pop, but in actuality it’s anything but. Think Stevie Nicks, think Transvision Vamp, think every sinful and sexual emotion you’ve got and you’re not even close to imagine this lust-filled floor-filler.

Full of glam-thrash, frantic guitars and a simply irresistible chorus, Kiss Me On A Friday Night has the good time thrills matched with Jayne’s stunning vocals. As debuts go, this is an amazing and sultry statement. Enjoy, but be warned – you may feel a little hot under the collar.

You can follow Laura Jayne on Twitter.

All words by Sam Lambeth. Sam is a Birmingham-based journalist and musician. More of his work for Louder Than War is available on his archive. He also runs his own blog and his music can be found on Spotify.

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