Kristen Hope Justice

Kristen Hope Justice

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Pop - General | Atlanta, Georgia, United States
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Member Since: 2015
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   Sounds Like: Sara Bareilles, Sarah Mclachlan

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Shape This Love

2013

Kristen describes her album as an intimate introspective journey of the definition of LOVE. "My first album of fourteen all original songs is...

Shape This Love

2013

Pop - General

Kristen describes her album as an intimate introspective journey of the definition of LOVE. "My first album of fourteen all original songs is finished! The lyrics and music span over more than a decade. I am so very grateful to see this project come to completion. My songwriting started out as my outward expression of internal contemplation and as I have grown emotionally and spiritually, so has my musicianship and songwriting capability. The fourteen original songs take you through my journey of musings over a decade and how my interpretation of love has been redefined over the years, relationship by relationship, by the hands of Father Time. "Man With Two Faces" the most young of all the songs, begins the theme of the journey about "Looking for Love in all the wrong places" and finding it there. "A Thousand Directions" is an introspective song I wrote in my early twenties about a crossroads from childhood into adulthood and the path ahead. Twists and turns along that unexpected path leads you into "Moonlight Magic", a Latin salsa groove full of fantasy and fun. The innocence of a potential love and the freedom to let it be is the defining moment of "Come To Me". "Sweet Love" is a sexy, seductive, lustful song that tells the story of two lovers in the vulnerable moment when friendship dances across the line of intimacy into something more. "Forever Friend" is a heart swelling orchestral tune that captures the moment where you finally find that special something after "having loved and lost and learned to love again". The title track, "Shape This Love" is a song that echoes the sentiment, "it was better to have loved and lost, than to have never loved at all". This song speaks of finding true love in unexpected circumstances, yet only getting a glimpse before having to transform that love by letting go. The album ultimately ends very apropos with the track, "Learn to Love Yourself". The song ends with the wisdom, "You can't expect someone to love yo

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