Real Housewives of Melbourne’s Gamble Breaux Drops Pop-Rock Treat ‘Shapeshifter’

The stars of the Real Housewives franchise have blessed us with numerous pop anthems of the years from Countess Luann’s Viva La Diva amongst others to Kim Zolciak’s forever iconic Don’t Be Tardy. Our latest slice of Housewives pop comes from the Real Housewives of Melbourne fan favourite Gamble Breaux who blesses us with swaggering pop-rock gem Shapeshifter.

Gamble is no stranger to releasing music, with the release of her single This Time making up a big part of past storylines. The Aussie talent has since gone to release numerous songs including dance gem Classy and the more country flavoured ballads Fire and Fury and I Can’t Tell You Why.

Shapeshifter is written by Gamble alongside Leon Todorovich and Troy Nababan – the latter also stepping in for production duties too. It has an undeniable confidence with Gamble selling the energy and swagger of the track with a slinky confidence. It feels a little sixties rock and roll with the edge of a classic Blondie anthem.

The release of Shapeshifter coincides with the long-awaited return of The Real Housewives of Melbourne on Australia’s Fox Arena network.