Jenee Halstead – ‘Disposable Love’ Album Released

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Jenee Halstead – ‘Disposable Love’

Hailing from Boston, musician Jenee Halstead has released the sensational album’ Disposable Love’ in January 2021. It is an indie-pop release with a lot of soul.

‘I’ll Be Your Man’ opens the album and Jenee Halstead’s soulful vocals take the lead from the get-go. It is an enticing song that is filled with texture and colour. 

We enjoyed ‘Heart Light’, it has an attractive beat which is filled with character. The layered instrumentation is varied with space in the mix too. In addition, the ‘Skin’ is a warm and intoxicating song that will have you reaching for the repeat button. 

The title track ‘Disposable Love’ is a standout song. It draws the audience in and holds their attention effortlessly. Jenee Halstead says, “The title track laments the throw-away society we are steeped in and the addiction to meaningless ‘likes’ in the age of social media.” Deeply relatable, Halstead is an artist who needs to be heard. 

Finally, ‘Brother is a River’ closes the release and leaves the listener wanting more!


Jenee Halstead is a well-respected troubadour who has previously shared the stage with artists such as LeAnne Rimes, Shawn Colvin, The Wailin’ Jennys and Maury Gauthier. She is continually pushing forward and innovating her sound. 

Halstead cites her influences as coming from artists such as Patty Griffin, PJ Harvey and Dolly Parton. She is most certainly an artist with her own distinctive and addictive sound. 

We can not recommend ‘Disposable Love’ highly enough. Jenee Halstead is a talented artist with a rich back catalogue. We very much recommend checking out her past releases too!

So make sure to add ‘Disposable Love’ to your weekday playlist. We eagerly anticipate what Halstead will do next!

FVMusicBlog January 2021

Twitter: @jeneehalstead

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