Blood

Album: All Night Cinema (2009)

Songfacts®:

  • This is a track from English electronic artist Just Jack (real name Jack Allsopp)'s third studio album All Night Cinema.
  • All Night Cinema is drenched in a richer, more detailed sound Allsopp told The Independent August 28, 2009, that he was particularly chuffed that on this song, he has received his first solo production credit. He said: "I was listening to my own demos and other people's, and I realised a lot of the excitement gets polished out. It's very hard to retain that. If you get the right balance of things pushing and pulling, it's more interesting than things being so machine-like. I've moved away from that and back towards human errors."

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