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I Don't Want To Dance


Download links and information about I Don't Want To Dance by Loftland. This album was released in 2014 and it belongs to Gospel, Rock genres. It contains 10 tracks with total duration of 34:11 minutes.

Artist: Loftland
Release date: 2014
Genre: Gospel, Rock
Tracks: 10
Duration: 34:11
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No. Title Length
1. Today Is a New Day 3:23
2. Girl Like That 3:58
3. How You Love Me 3:11
4. Lie To Me 3:14
5. Can't Get Enough 3:37
6. Lovesick 3:08
7. Hold On, Small One 3:37
8. I Don't Want To Dance 3:23
9. Runaway 3:00
10. Let's Make It Loud 3:40



A host of influences swirl around the tracks of Loftland’s I Don’t Want to Dance, giving the Wisconsin-based Christian quartet’s debut album an eclectic sound. Traces of frothy ‘80s pop (think ABC and Wham!) fuse with the propulsive beats of The Capitol Kings and the guitar muscle of Satellites & Sirens. Loftland is more than the sum of these parts, however—there’s a youthful vigor and idealism here that gives the music a distinctive, starry-eyed energy. The opening tune, “Today Is a New Day,” signals the album’s upbeat tone overall. Love and its complications are a recurring theme, whether lead singer Dominic Gibbs is in the throes of infatuation (“Can’t Get Enough,” “Lovesick”) or pleading with his girl to come back (“Lie to Me”). Romantic delirium is balanced by expressions of faith like “Hold On, Small One” and “Runaway.” At times—especially in “Let’s Make It Loud”—the band’s sheer need to shout for joy blurs the line between party anthem and worship tune. The grooves are consistently sleek and infectious, embellished with hefty riffage and exuberant gang vocals, making this an album for both the body and the Spirit.