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Jessie Ware Returns With New Song Adore You

Thursday, 14 February 2019 Written by Jon Stickler

Jessie Ware is back with her first new track of 2019.

The ethereal Valentine's Day release is suitably titled Adore You and was co-written and produced by Metronomy mastermind Joseph Mount, while mixing was handled by Simian Mobile Disco's James Ford. In a statement, Ware saidt:

"I've wanted to work with Joe for such a long time and this is the first thing we did in the studio together. This is Adore You. It's just a little something to tie you over with until my next release. It feels fitting to put this out when I'm about to become a new mum again and feel the most confident I’ve ever felt about my music. Happy Valentines, I adore you all."

Ware's last studio album was 2017's 'Glasshouse'. Last year she released the standalone track Overtime, which was produced by Ford and Bicep's Andy Ferguson and Matt McBriar.





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