[NEW] Listen to New Anjulie Single "White Lights" Watch Video Preview
After her return to the music scene with the ferocious dance pop stomper "Brand New B-tch" and the inspired balladry of "Stand Behind The Music," Canadian pop singer Anjulie successfully continues her foray into the pop world with her new single "White Lights" that she premiered on YouTube this week. The track is taken from Anjulie's forthcoming sophomore LP that will be released through Universal Republic in the U.S.
Written by Anjulie in collaboration with JOB, "White Lights" is another pop-savvy dance pop romp that starts off with a warmly atmospheric intro and then neatly transitions into a soft synth groove that ultimately kicks into a soaring, sunburst chorus. The singer worked with Dejan Tubic and Janelle Ginestra to create an '80s inspired choreography for the song's preview video that perfectly fits the music and the underlying meaning of the song.
The song's nuanced musical build up and visual execution perfectly accentuates the song's lyrics about coming into your own, which is a recurring theme in Anjulie's music. "I got a new school, old soul (. . .) who's cool, what's cold, I don't want to care about that," she sings. "I'm twisting, I'm turning, I'm tilting, I want to go where the white lights go."
In related Anjulie news, the singer's "Brand New B-tch" recently went platinum in Canada and has been nominated for a coveted Juno Award in the Dance Single of the Year category. The Junos will take place on April 1 in Ottawa, Ontario.
March 29, 2012 | Permalink