Jess Glynne has released her vibrant new single ‘All I Am’, taken from her forthcoming album Always In Between.
‘All I Am’ is another infectious offering from Jess, and is quite possibly her most joyous song to date. On the surface, the track is perceived as an upbeat love song. With lyrics such as “Every butterfly I get belongs to you / You don’t believe me but it’s true / Sure, the freckles on my arm spell out your name / Real feelings coming through”, it’s clear that Jess is giving all of herself to a loved one.
However, the accompanying music video also celebrates friendship, unity and togetherness, offering a personal glimpse into Jess’ world and giving an insight into the person behind the popstar persona.
Filmed during her set at Brighton Pride and her holiday in Brazil with her two best friends, the ‘All I Am’ visual begins with a powerful statement from Jess where she reiterates how grateful she is to live the life she leads. We are then treated to shots of Jess performing at Brighton Pride in addition to backstage antics.
The latter half of the visual focuses on Jess’ bond with her two best friends as they explore Brazil. From trying on masks at a market, learning some dance moves to painting the town red, it’s clear to see that the girls have a wonderful and unbreakable bond.
Check out the music video for ‘All I Am’ below.
‘All I Am’ follows on from Jess’ history-making single ‘I’ll Be There’, which became her seventh number one hit. Both tracks will feature on her forthcoming new album Always In Between, which is due for release on October 12.
Always In Between is the long awaited follow up to Jess’ incredible debut album I Cry When I Laugh. The album debuted at number one and spent 39 weeks in the UK top ten. Always In Between is set to showcase Jess’ growth as an artist, celebrating her life as a 28 year old. If ‘All I Am’ and ‘I’ll Be There’ are anything to go by, then we’re in for a real treat.
To celebrate the release of Always In Between, Jess will be heading out on a UK tour this November. Kicking off in Glasgow’s SSE Hydro on November 15, she will visit Manchester, Birmingham, London, Brighton, Newcastle, Leeds, Dublin, Cardiff, and Nottingham, before finishing off in Bournemouth on December 2.
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