'I Cry When I Laugh' is set for release in August.
She's finally set to launch her debut album this summer, but London singer songwriter Jess Glynne has more surprises in store in the way of her 8-date tour which will see her performing in arenas in all major UK cities in November.
Jess Glynne tours UK cities again this Autumn
Beginning on Halloween, Jess Glynne takes to the road with a show art Cardiff's Great Hall, before spending the first half of November at O2 Academies in Birmingham, Glasgow and Newcastle, as well as a spot at London's The Roundhouse. This is in conjunction with the summer dates she's already performing, among which are Wireless Festival and Isle Of White Festival.
But if you can't hear her live, you'll be able to hear her nonetheless as she is releasing her debut album 'I Cry When I Laugh' on August 14th 2015 through Atlantic Records; a heartbreaking collection of tales from a life-changing break-up. But it's not all bad: 'I wanted this record to be about hope', she admits.
Top songs on the record include her UK number one single 'Hold My Hand', 'Saddest Vanilla' featuring Emeli Sandé, her debut single 'Right Here' and, of course, that awesome earworm 'Real Love' which she recorded with Clean Bandit.
In simple terms, Jess explains that 'this album is about a girl who was a happy-go-lucky person, a bit of trouble, got her heart-broken and found her way through that not by being sad but by seeing hope and not letting it overtake her'. Continuing, she reveals that the personal nature of the record was of great importance to her. 'I needed the record to tell a story. I needed it to feel like me', she said.
Tickets for the tour will be released on June 12th 2015.
Oct 31 Cardiff - Great Hall
Nov 01 Birmingham - O2 Academy
Nov 02 Nottingham - Rock City
Nov 04 London - The Roundhouse
Nov 05 Bournemouth - O2 Academy
Nov 06 Glasgow - O2 Academy
Nov 10 Newcastle - O2 Academy
Nov 11 Manchester - Manchester Academy