Ahead of the release of her highly anticipated new album ‘Always In Between’, Jess Glynne has shared a brand new track ‘123‘.
As ‘All I Am’- the current single continues to climb the UK charts, Jess Glynne has shared another glimpse of her album with brand-new uplifting soul track from her album ‘123’ – which has not only been written by the North London popstar, but also finds her making her first foray into production. The accompanying video is a fun and refreshing way to experience Jess in her element – performing the track. alongside her hugely popular touring band.
‘All I Am’ is the second glimpse Jess has shared from her upcoming second album ‘Always In Between’. ‘Always In Between’ finds Jess on a breath-taking journey of self-acceptance as she comes to terms with her new-found fame, heartbreak and the well-known pressure of writing a second album. It has big boots to fill. Jess’s blockbuster debut album, I Cry When I Laugh is one of the defining British pop records of its era. At the time of writing it has been a chart staple for 148 weeks. It debuted at number one, spawning 12 million worldwide singles sales, 39 weeks on the UK top 10, 2.5billion Spotify streams, a sold-out UK arena tour, Brit, MTV: EMA, Ivor Novello, MOBO, Q and Glamour award nominations.
‘Always In Between’ however is a triumph, one that captures the heart of what being a 28-year old woman in 2018 can feel like – trying to balance real life with everything that you want it to. If ‘I’ll Be There’ and ‘All I Am’ are anything to go by, there’s no doubt that ‘Always In Between’ will capture even more under its spell as Jess Glynne once again reaches out her hand, and offers love and friendship and unity to all that can hear her.
Jess will of course be celebrating the release of ‘Always In Between’ with an impressive UK arena tour in November. She’ll start in Glasgow on the 15th, and play all of the UK’s major cities – including a stop off a London’s O2 arena on the 20th. See full tour dates below.
Jess Glynne November tour dates:
15/11 The SSE Hydro – Glasgow
17/11 Manchester Arena – Manchester
18/11 Genting Arena – Birmingham
20/11 O2 Arena – London
21/11 Brighton Centre – Brighton
24/11 Metro Radio Arena – Newcastle
25/11 First Direct Arena – Leeds
27/11 3arena – Dublin
29/11 Motorpoint Arena – Cardiff
30/11 Motorpoint Arena – Nottingham
02/12 BH Windsor Hall – Bournemouth