Justin Jay Announces Second Full-Length Album, ‘Home’

Justin Jay
Photo Credit: Alex Ramsy

Calling all fans of the Fantastic Voyage, Justin Jay is about to take you Home!


Justin Jay has quickly become one of our favorite artists and for good reason too. His debut album Fantastic Voyage was one that dominated our speakers, and his sets have blown us away as he loves to bring live instrumentals into the mix. Taking the stage at many events around the country, we caught him at Splash House this past August for yet another amazing time, and now we’re even more excited for the announcement of his second full-length album, Home!

Justin Jay Home Album Art

The album comes after a period of time in which Justin took some time away from the limelight to recharge and regroup. This introspective timeframe allowed for him to really find the path he wanted to go down, realigning his musical mission and mantra along with it. Writing songs out instead of sitting behind the computer led to a more raw approach in production that bring a more intimate feel with it.

Stream Justin Jay – Can’t Hang on SoundCloud:

This unpolished approach featured many of the vocals being recorded on Justin’s iPhone, since he wasn’t recording in studio or with special gear. The track titles on the album also show a glimpse into the emotion that he was feeling during the production process, with names like “Stuck Inside My Head”, “Ease Up”, “Time”, and “Back On Track”.

Additionally, Justin Jay will be touring the album with a full band starting in October. Tickets go on sale Friday, September 29. Check the flyer below for specific show dates, and read on for the full tracklist of Home!

Home Album Tour


Home Tracklist:
  1. Home Pt. 1
  2. Ease Up ft. Josh Taylor
  3. Can’t Hang
  4. Stuck Inside My Head
  5. Time (Prelude) ft. Benny Bridges
  6. Time
  7. Flowers
  8. Cool
  9. Apologies
  10. Hey My Friend
  11. Back On Track ft. Josh Taylor
  12. Drive
  13. One Day ft. Hila Plitmann
  14. Home Pt. 2

Catch Justin Jay on tour in the near future in these cities!
  • October 12 – Album Release Party – Los Angeles, CA
  • October 13 – Albuquerque, NM – Effex Night Club*
  • October 21 – Santa Barbara, CA – EOS Lounge Compound
  • November 7 – Fort Collins, CO – Hodi’s Half Note
  • November 8 – Denver, CO – Bar Standard
  • November 9 – Salt Lake City, UT – Elevate
  • November 10 – Las Vegas, NV – Vinyl at Hard Rock Hotel Casino
  • November 17 – Brooklyn, NY – Good Room*
  • November 19 – Chandler, AZ – GoldRush*
  • November 24 – San Francisco, CA – Great American Music Hall
  • November 25 – Los Angeles, CA – Teragram Ballroom
  • December 8 – Austin, TX – The Parish
  • December 9 – Dallas, TX – Lizard Lounge
  • December 14 – Anaheim, CA – The Parish at House of Blues
  • December 31- South Lake Tahoe, CA – SnowGlobe Music Festival
  • January 6-10 – Port Canaveral, FL – Holy Ship 10.0

DJ Sets marked by *


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Featured Photo Credit: Alex Ramsy

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