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Tough Love - 10th Anniversary (RSD24 EDITION)



    10th anFollowing on from Record Store Day 2022ís ecstatically received 10th anniversary deluxe of her debut album ëDevotioní, 2014ís ëTough Loveí by Jessie Ware ñ one of the hottest stars on the planet right now ñ gets the same treatment for 2024 with this lovingly curated 2LP set of the original album plus bonus tracksÖ all pressed on solid white 140-gram vinyl. After her Mercury Prize and Brit Best Newcomer nominations in the wake of ëDevotioní, Jessie Ware explored new sonic soundscapes and music collaborators for its follow up. Still with its roots in the London urban tradition that characterized her previous work, ëTough Loveí expanded Jessieís palette with collaborators and songwriting partners that included Miguel, Benny Blanco and Sam Dew. Meanwhile, Ed Sheeran, Sam Smith and The XXís Romy all made appearances on the album. From the resulting rich mix came four classic singles ñ ëTough Loveí, ëSay You Love Meí, ëYou & I (Forever)í and ëChampagne Kissesí. For this limited-edition 2LP 2024 release the original UK CD deluxe version of ëTough Loveí feayures a whole side of bonus mixes from Cyril Hahn, Shift K3Y, Alex Adair, and TCTS and also the stunning ëMeet Me In The Middleí, taken from the soundtrack to í50 Shades Of Greyí..

    Jessie Ware

    That! Feels Good!

      ‘Pearls’ sees the dancefloor diva back where she belongs. Thumping with 70’s funk infused basslines and infectious grooves towed by sonic synthesisers, the track was co-written and produced by Coffee Clarence JR, Sarah Hudson and legendary British producer Stuart Price. The track is riding high on captivating energy that seems like it could’ve emerged straight from a mirror ball.

      “Pearls is a record that doesn’t take itself too seriously but demands you to have a dance. It’s inspired by divas like Donna Summer, Evelyn Champagne King, Teena Marie and Chaka khan and I guess attempts to show - in lightness - all the hats I try to wear (usually at the same time). It’s the second song you will hear from my collaboration with Stuart Price and Coffee - with the wonderful addition of Sarah Hudson - and hopefully gives you a taste of the fun we have working together. “ Jessie also added, “That! Feels Good! stems from over 10 years of understanding who I am, and who I enjoy being as an artist and the thrill of performance. “

      The new single follows recent release ‘Free Yourself’, that offered a taster session to Jessie’s upcoming studio album. ‘Free Yourself’ went on to have the biggest week one streams in both the UK and internationally ahead of any other Jessie single to date.

      ‘That! Feels Good!’ is the follow up album to 2020’s ‘What’s Your Pleasure?’, which proved her status as one of the UK’s most influential artists and became her highest charting album to date. It included singles ‘Save A Kiss’, ‘Spotlight’ and Barack Obama approved ‘Remember Where You Are’ (added to his NYE playlist). Last year saw Jessie support juggernaut Harry Styles in the USA, gain 2.4 billion global streams and complete a fantastic run of live shows including career defining sets at Glastonbury and Primavera. She continues to cement herself as a formidable force and at the forefront of UK pop.


      Liam says: Following on from her incredible disco odyssey 'What's Your Pleasure?', 'That! Feels Good!' sees Jessie Ware fully diving into high camp. Lead single 'Free Yourself' is empowering disco floorfiller, whilst 'Pearls' serves as a long-lost Chaka Khan-esque funk cut that has 'Ru Paul's Drag Race Lipsync For Your Life' written all over it. It's infectious, sultry and undoubtedly got the potential to be the party record of the year - Mega, mega stuff!!


      1. That! Feels Good!
      2. Free Yourself
      3. Pearls
      4. Hello Love
      5. Begin Again
      6. Beautiful People
      7.Freak Me Now
      8. Shake The Bottle
      9. Lightning
      10. These Lips 

      Jessie Ware

      What's Your Pleasure (The Platinum Pleasure Edition)

        2021 has been an incredible year so far for Jessie Ware. ‘What’s Your Pleasure?’ re-entered the Top 10 following a brilliant Graham Norton performance of ‘Remember Where You Are’ which has proved itself to be one of Jessie’s most connective singles to date. In addition, Jessie has two BRITs nominations, one for Female Solo artist and one for Album Of The Year – the category with a historic four women up for the award. 

        Her newest track, ‘Please’ sees Jessie continue the energy of ‘What’s Your Pleasure’ in the form of a throwback to 70s and 80s dance music, and pulls it together in a wonderfully anachronistic style, all packaged with Ware’s outstanding vocals. The track fits perfectly into ‘What’s Your Pleasure - The Platinum Pleasure Edition’, Ware’s deluxe offering of her sensational 2020 record. This edition still bears the cohesive, complementary songwriting, the killer grooves and flawless production of the original version. The Platinum Pleasure Edition only serves to heighten the rich and powerful soul of last year’s release with tracks like Please, 0208 featuring synthpop visionary Kindness, the Endless Remix of ‘Adore You’ and a whole host more.

        Talking about the deluxe and new single Jessie said: ”I had such an amazing response to the ‘What’s Your Pleasure?’ record that I didn’t want the lights to go up and the party to be over just yet! ‘Please’ is full of optimism and ready to be played in a place where we can all be together and flirt, dance, touch and kiss. A wonderful excuse not to stop the party from ending.”

        It’s safe to say that the last twelve months have been pretty stellar for Jessie Ware. June 2020 saw Jessie release ‘What’s Your Pleasure?’ and gain not only her fourth UK Top 10 album of her career, but also her highest charting record when it entered straight into the UK Official Album Charts at No.3. As if this wasn’t amazing enough, she went on to release her first cookbook and continued her immensely popular podcast Table Manners and recently hit a massive milestone of 21 million individual listens, oftentimes featuring household names such as Dua Lipa, Kylie Minogue, Yungblud, Robbie Williams, Alanis Morissette., Dawn French and Dolly Parton to name a few.

        Last year saw the album continue to receive widespread critical acclaim, with ‘What’s Your Pleasure?’ featuring heavily amongst ‘album of the year’ lists including for music critic Anthony Fantano, also known as The Needle Drop, who gave What’s Your Pleasure?’ the coveted no. 1 spot on his ‘Best Albums of 2020’ list, declaring it to be “a religious experience”. The record garnered praise from The Guardian who say it’s“Ware’s finest record yet"; Rolling Stone laude it as a “fantastic dance-pop record”; Pitchfork say “Jessie reminds us why we listen to dance music in the first place.”, GQ proclaim it as “the perfect album” and NME stated it was“pure escapism.”


        1. Spotlight
        2. What’s Your Pleasure?
        3. Ooh La La
        4. Soul Control
        5. Save A Kiss
        6. Adore You
        7. In Your Eyes
        8. Step Into My Life
        9. Read My Lips
        10. Mirage (Don’t Stop)
        11 .The Kill
        12. Remember Where You Are
        13. Please
        14. Impossible
        15. Eyes Closed
        16. Overtime
        17. Hot N Heavy
        18. Pale Blue Light
        19. 0208 (feat. Kindness)
        20. Adore You (Endless Remix)

        Jessie Ware

        What's Your Pleasure

          Fourth studio album by the English singer-songwriter, featuring collaborations with Shungudzo Kuyimba, Kindness, Clarence Coffee Jr., Metronomy and former Badbadnotgood sound whiz Matthew Tavares.


          What’s Your Pleasure
          Ooh La La
          Soul Control
          Save A Kiss
          In Your Eyes
          Step Into My Life
          Read My Lips
          Mirage (Don’t Stop)
          The Kill
          Remember Where You Are

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