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  • Jessie Ware & Romy Team Up for New Song “Lift You Up”

  • British singer-songwriter Jessie Ware teamed up with London-based singer-songwriter and The xx member Romy to release a new song “Lift You Up” on June 30, 2024.

    This marks the second collaboration between Jessie Ware and Romy since “Share It All”, which was co-written by Jessie Ware and Romy on Jessie Ware's 2014 album “Tough Love”.
    Jessie Ware and Romy first performed the song at Glastonbury Festival 2024 on June 29, 2024.
    The track was written by Clarence Coffee Jr., Jessie Ware, Romy Madley Croft, and Stuart Price who also produced it.

    Jessie Ware said of the song, “I was so excited to be in the room with my friend and to see how she works and to hear her beautiful voice. I'm so proud of the record. It's a song that's about both of us being too hard on ourselves, and not believing enough in ourselves. I think anyone can relate to that. There was a wonderful serendipity about the fact that she worked with Stuart Price on the last record too.”
  • She continued, “I felt like it was such a cool seal of approval - I sang with them on stage and I think from then on Romy and I became friends, she was a fan of my music and I was such a fan of her.”

    She added, “It's going to be so exciting for people to hear this and people to hear it live at Glastonbury. It seems to be a theme of mine that I now debut songs at Glastonbury and I'm excited for everyone to hear us celebrating each other.”
  • Romy said, “I've been a fan of Jessie's music for a long time and it was amazing to finally work together after many years of friendship. Sometimes we all need a friend there to lift us up and help us see things differently. A memory comes to mind of Jessie and I backstage at a festival, when I was just starting to play my solo music live and I was still figuring things out. She hyped me up and helped me believe in myself when I was feeling unsure. The conversation we had really stayed with me and was definitely in my mind when we were writing the lyrics.”

    She added, “It was so wonderful working with Stuart Price again after we worked so closely on my album and with the brilliant Clarence Coffee jr for the first time. We wanted this song to be uplifting, celebrate togetherness and I can't think of a better way to share it with everyone than at Glastonbury.”
  • source : Apple Music
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