Jessie Ware reveals new song 'Tough Love' - listen Jessie Ware Tickets

The song is the first to be taken from Ware's forthcoming second album

Jessie Ware has revealed a new song 'Tough Love'.

Click above to listen to the track, which was recorded in New York and written by Ware and producer BenZel. It will be released on August 3 and is the first taster of music from her forthcoming second album. Speaking about the track, Ware says: "I had just finished a run of shows in the States and went to NY to work with BenZel for a couple weeks, mainly as a different focus to touring. I didn't have any expectations or pressures with what would come out of those two weeks, and think 'Tough Love' sums this up. It was me experimenting with my voice and having fun with it. It just felt right and kind of dictated the route of the next album, much like 'Devotion' did on my first album".

Ware released her first album, 'Devotion', in 2012. Ed Sheeran has confirmed that he has written with the London born singer for her new album while Kid Harpoon and The Invisible's Dave Okumu are again set to produce.

Miguel also revealed he is working with Jessie Ware on his third album. The R&B singer has begun work on the follow-up to 2012's 'Kaleidoscope Dream' and spent a fortnight in LA working with Ware on a song for the record.

Jessie Ware's next live date will come she plays the Wilderness festival in August.



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