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God Loves You When You're Dancing

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Length  22:10
Release date  22 March 2013
Genres  Indie folk, Indie pop
Artist  Vance Joy
Label  Atlantic Records
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Released  22 March 2013 (2013-03-22)
God Loves You When You're Dancing (2013)  Dream Your Life Away (2014)

Vance joy god loves you when you re dancing full ep

God Loves You When You're Dancing is the debut extended play by Australian singer-songwriter Vance Joy. It was released in Australia on 22 March 2013 via Liberation Music.


The EP was nominated for two awards at the ARIA Music Awards of 2013; ARIA Award for Breakthrough Artist - Release, but lost to Flume by Flume and ARIA Award for Best Pop Release, but lost to Armageddon by Guy Sebastian.

The EP contains the single "Riptide" that in May 2015 become the longest-charting song in ARIA Chart history, having remained in the top 100 for 107 weeks and counting. It surpassed previous record holder, Poker Face by Lady Gaga's 106 week record. In January 2016, the week count was at 120.

Emmylou vance joy

Critical Reception

Grace Goodfellow of The Ripe TV gave the extended play a positive review, praising each song and concluding; “Vance Joy isn’t just a musician. He is an artist and this EP is his masterpiece. ‘’God Loves You When You’re Dancing’’ is a beautiful piece of art – it really, truly is.” Daniel Falconer of Female First UK also praised each track and gave the EP 5 out of 5 saying “Vance Joy is without a doubt one of the most exciting singer-songwriters to emerge from the scores we see on a regular basis, and any fan of music would be a fool not to keep an eye firmly on him.”

Track listing

  • All tracks written by James Keogh.
    1. "Emmylou" 4:40
    2. "Riptide" 3:24
    3. "Play with Fire" 4:23
    4. "Snaggletooth" 5:19
    5. "From Afar" 4:24


    3Play with Fire4:23


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