Friday, May 6, 2016

Jazz Morley - Bad Love

Bournemouth-based singer/songwriter Jazz Morley has today unveiled her new single entitled "Bad Love", produced by Draper (who btw just shared the music video for his new single, "Break Over You" featuring Prides). "Bad Love" begins with softly lulled piano and hazy, barely-there synths, as she coos "come to bed tonight / help me feel all right again." And as she attempts to persuade her lover, the track skitters forward with the introduction of a refreshingly airy kick beat, her melody gaining power as its pushed by floating back-ups, relenting "I don’t think I’m ready for this going steady, but I love you bad." A hybrid of classic soul and electro-pop, the track centers itself on the fluttering bridge, where her vocal delivery elevates her from songbird to bonafide diva.

Speaking on the track, Jazz Morley says:

"'Bad Love' is about the insecurity and jealousy that comes with new love; the heady cocktail of exciting romance mixed with the fear of being burned."

Listen to "Bad Love" along with her previous single, "Set Her Free", below.

"Bad Love" will available on iTunes on May 13th.

Premiere via Nylon.

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