Jess Glynne has just released the single and video for “Take Me Home” off of her debut album, I Cry When I Laugh. The track is a soaring ballad that gives insight to Glynne at her most raw, heartfelt, and exposed. The song echoes the likes of Sinead O’Connor or Alanis Morissette in its unflinching and unmediated directness and embraces both empowerment as much as vulnerability.
Glynne also announced a massive North American tour in support of I Cry When I Laugh. The album is the biggest selling debut in the UK, having gone platinum in only 10 weeks, with over 10 Million worldwide single sales combined and over 1 Billion YouTube views. Don’t miss her exclusive in our The Untitled Magazine‘s #GirlPower Issue out now.
Watch “Take Me Home” below