Earlier this year Jess Glynne delighted us with her effervescent debut single Hold On helmed from her debut album I Cry When I Laugh – this week sees the UK go-to dance track vocalist of the moment release her second solo single Don’t Be So Hard On Yourself.
The self-empowering single tackles one of the biggest demons mankind has faced for centuries…self-judgement. How refreshing to hear a great chart-bound dance track that has a positive message behind it instead having lyrics about intoxication and YOLO-ing all over the world. Strong vocals, awesome lyrics, great production full of glittery synths, strings and even some piano keys are thrown in – it’s yet another hit for this up-and-coming artist. This one is going straight to our Gym, Morning and hump-day playlists. #download
Don’t be so hard on yourself, no / Learn to forgive, learn to let go / Everyone trips, everyone falls / So don’t be so hard on yourself, no / Because I’m just tired of marching on my own / Kind of frail, I feel it in my bones / Oh let my heart, my heart turn into stone / So don’t be so hard on yourself, no