Drop Your Inhibitions With Jessie Ware’s Buoyant Nu-Disco and House Inspired Single ‘Free Yourself’

Packed with nineties house vibes, shimmering synths and a soaring vocal, Jessie Ware’s Free Yourself gets her newest album era off to a transcendent new start. Written by Jessie, Clarence Coffee Jr. and Stuart Price, Free Yourself marks Jessie’s first new music since her triumphant nu-disco inspired What’s Your Pleasure? and its Platinum Pleasure rerelease – not to mention a guest stint on Kylie Minogue’s Kiss of Life.

With echoes of Róisín Murphy to its airy vocals and house flavours, Free Yourself tells us to lose our inhibitions and succumb to the euphoric hedonistic joys of the dance floor. The British singer tells us: “Free yourself / Keep on moving up that mountain top / Why don’t you please yourself? / If it feels so good then don’t you / Baby, don’t you stop…” on the elegant disco flavoured chorus. It feels like a natural next step in Jessie’s musical journey, keeping her in tune with the dancefloor – a formula that worked so well on her previous album era – yet exploring new textures within this realm.

Jessie shares: “‘Free Yourself’ is the beginning of a new era for me. I’m so excited for people to have this song for the end of their summer; to dance, to feel no inhibitions, and to feel joyful because that’s how I’ve been feeling recently being able to tour again and sing again.”

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