ESP cover star, super successful popstar Jess Glynne is heading out on tour next month hitting arenas across the UK – so you better be quick if you want to see her live!
The November tour comes off the back of her album release Always In Between and kicks off in Glasgow on October 15 followed by all of the UK’s major cities – including a stop off at London’s O2 Arena on October 20.
There’s no stopping Jess as she continues to make UK chart history. She clocked up her seventh No.1 single with I’ll Be There and is currently in the charts again with her latest single All I Am.
ESP caught Jess in action at Newmarket racecourse last year as part of their summer concert series and it was a cracking gig.
It seems hard to believe that it’s just 3 years since the release of her momentous debut album I Cry When I Laugh.
Selling over 2 million copies worldwide and including a mass of smash hit singles including Hold My Hand, Take Me Home and Don’t Be So Hard On Yourself, it consolidated Jess as one of the most important British popstars and a formidable songwriter.
Celebrated for her intimate yet universally appealing themes, Jess has connected with millions of people across the globe – demonstrating her peerless ability to tell the truths young women want to hear; about the loves that build them up and let them down; the aspirations and dreams that might turn sour but you’ll smile through them anyway. These themes are passionately continued in 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.
The result is another great album 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 be.
With a tone of joyful harmony and acceptance set by I’ll Be There already, Thursday (co-written with Ed Sheeran), explores our many insecurities and the idea that sometimes stripping everything back can make you feel most yourself, while All I Am attempts to answer the niggling voice inside so many people’s head asking if they are enough.