Jessie Ware Performs “Hello Love” on The Graham Norton Show
British singer-songwriter Jessie Ware appeared on The Graham Norton Show to perform “Hello Love”.
The song is featured on her fifth studio album “That! Feels Good!”, which was released back in April.
But she released the single edition of the song was released in October.
The track was written by Jessie Ware, James Ellis Ford, Danny Parker and Shungudzo. Produced by James Ellis Ford.
Jessie Ware said of the song, “For me, 'Hello Love' is probably the most sentimental song on 'That! Feels Good!' It was a pause from all the madness and fun across all the other tracks on the record.”
She continued, “I'm really proud of this song. I am so lucky that I get to accompany many people through special poignant parts of their lives and in my head this was a song that like many other of my older songs, maybe turns up on somebody's wedding day. Wishful thinking. It's a song I feel so lucky I get to perform for the rest of my career. It's a celebration and one of my favourite songs I've even written.”
- When she released the album, she told Apple Music about the song, “I needed there to be a breather because I didn't want people to feel exhausted by those first three songs, which are supposed to hit hard and feel like a bang. I hope this song lives on forever, because it feels quintessentially me, but with me having grown with experience in writing. It's me tapping into romance and Donny Hathaway and soul music and groove like The Gap Band. I'm a sucker for a love song, but I wanted to do one that didn't feel like a ballad per se. I also kind of wanted this to feel like the opportunity for a new first-dance song [at weddings], because I feel like everyone's been using 'Champagne Kisses' and 'Say You Love Me,' but they're both really sad songs, so they should just give up on those and do this one.”
- source : The Graham Norton Show