Jess Glynne releases new single ‘Don’t be so hard on yourself’

With the release of her debut album now firmly on the horizon, Jess Glynne now shares details of her brand new single ‘Don’t Be So Hard On Yourself’, due for release on 14 August via Atlantic, a week ahead of Jess’s debut album.

 ‘Don’t Be So Hard On Yourself’ sits at the very heart of Jess’s upcoming debut album ‘I Cry When I Laugh’ – an album which aims to redefine the classic break up album and turn it into something positive. Picking up where her previous #1 single ‘Hold My Hand’ left off, ‘Don’t Be So Hard On Yourself’ sees Jess Glynne’s voice at it’s very best as she sings about putting on a brave face as she once again demonstrates her unique ability to pen a soulful pop song which essential deals with sadness and heartbreak.

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 Listen to ‘Don’t Be So Hard On Yourself’ HERE

 As she recovers from vocal surgery, Jess Glynne this week is once again sitting at the top of the charts, featuring on Tinie Tempah’s new single ‘Not Letting Go’. In August Jess will make a celebrated return to live performing at V Festival, before she embarks on her first ever US tour. In October she will then set off on her biggest UK headline tour to date which includes a completely sold out show at London’s prestigious Roundhouse. See full tour dates below.

 Oct/Nov UK tour dates:

 31/10 Great Hall, Cardiff

01/11 O2 Academy, Birmingham

02/11 Rock City, Nottingham

04/11 The Roundhouse, London

05/11 O2 Academy, Bournemouth

06/11 O2 Academy, Glasgow

10/11 O2 Academy, Newcastle

11/11 Manchester Academy, Manchester

 Tickets for the tour are available here:

 ‘Don’t Be So Hard On Yourself’ is released on 14th August.

 ‘I Cry When I Laugh’ is released on August 21st and available to pre-order HERE and you will receive ‘My Love (Acoustic), Real Love, Right Here & Rather Be instantly when you pre-order on iTunes. From next week you will also receive ‘Ain’t Got Far To Go’.

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