Jess Glynne announces her sophomore album and UK and Ireland arena tour

Jess Glynne is to release her second album, Always In Between, on 21st September before going on an arena tour across the UK and Ireland this November. It's been three years since the musical whirlwind released her debut LP which sold two million copies and brought with it a collection of massive hit singles so our hopes are high for more of the same.

‘Always In Between’ finds Jess on a breath-taking journey of self-acceptance as she comes to terms with her new-found fame, heartbreak and the well-known pressure of writing a second album. The result is a triumph that captures the heart of what being a 28-year old woman in 2018 can feel like – trying to balance real life with everything that you want it to be.  With a tone of joyful harmony and acceptance set by ‘I’ll Be There’ already, Thursday (co-written with Ed Sheeran), explores our many insecurities and the idea that sometimes stripping everything back can make you feel most yourself, while ‘All I Am’ attempts to answer the niggling voice inside so many people’s head asking if they are enough.  There’s no doubt that ‘Always In Between’ will capture many under its spell as Jess Glynne once again reaches out her hand, and offers love and friendship and unity to all that can hear her.

Her arena tour kicks off on 15th November in Glasgow taking in the following 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

Fans who pre-order the new album via Jess Glynne's webstore before 3rd July will get early access to buy tickets.

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