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Jessie Ware - 'Wildest Moments'

Jessie takes a step in Florence's direction

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Momentarily ditching the throbby dance-pop that’s had her dubbed the downbeat Katy B, on ‘Wildest Moments’ Jessie’s so ‘Ceremonials’-style Florence it makes us want to don big white nighties and run round barefoot. And you can’t really argue that this tactic will do anything but fire her straight up to UK pop’s top deck.
Jamie Fullerton



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