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Single Review: “You’re My Favourite” – Alice Offley

Alice Offley is back with a funky disco track that’s got that summer energy, as the days are getting longer and sunnier this is the tonic that we need.

The guitar riff is reminiscent of 80s pop, but Alice brings the bass action making it just as funky – this being her instrument it’s no surprise that this song brings with it a heavy rhythm section, especially at the 1:36 mark, it sounds awesome. 

Also the breakdown at 1:51 with the drums and guitars as well as breathy adlibs…

This song brings EVERYTHING!

British musician and singer/songwriter Alice Offley is a lover of all things soulful – you hear it in her various compositions – from 80’s disco, to funky pop, and emotive piano ballads.

A singing bass player and pianist, Alice is a relative of Dusty Springfield and music has always played a big part in her family life.

Endorsed by Fender Bass and Casio Stage Pianos, she has toured the world with her own music, as well as performing as a session musician for artists such as Thompson Twins , Cyndi Lauper and Tricky. Also a trained Actress, Alice performs as Christine McVie in a Fleetwood Mac tribute show, and has had parts on British TV Soap operas, including Emmerdale, Coronation Street, Doctors and Sex Education.


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