Acclaimed British singer, songwriter and podcaster Jessie Ware has announced headline dates in support of her forthcoming new album, What’s Your Pleasure?.
The dates will see Ware tour across the UK in 2021, kicking off in Glasgow and including a show at London’s O2 Academy Brixton.
Jessie Ware most recently unveiled her latest single Save A Kiss, produced by both Simian Mobile Disco’s James Ford and Midland.
“Save A Kiss has taken on a new meaning during these weird times and it seems like the right time to put it out,” Jessie explains. “This track is an optimistic one for me, I hope it resonates with people wherever they are right now. It’s an upbeat song to dance along too and have fun with. I know I’ve got plenty of kisses I’m saving up for everyone when this is all over.”
The song follows the release of Ooh La La earlier this year, which gained attention from the likes of Pitchfork, Fader and Guardian.
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