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13 August 2015, 07:40
Although she was going through a "rough break up" at the time, Jess tells Jez Welham why she stayed clear of making a heartbreak album.
Ahead of the release of her highly anticipated debut album 'I Cry When I Laugh,' Jess Glynne has revealed why she decided against writing a heartbreak album, in spite of going through a painful break-up at the time.
The 'Not Letting Go' singer avoided making a record reminiscent of Adele's iconic '21' album in favour of "an album about hope."
“When i started writing it [I Cry When I Laugh] I was going through a pretty rough break up and I was feeling pretty rubbish," Jess told Jez Welham on Capital XTRA In The Morning.
"But I chose to not write a heartbreak album, because whilst that had happened all my dreams were coming true - I was signing my record deal!"
She added; "I love heartbreak records but I didn’t want people to listen to a heartbreak record from me."
Jess Glynne's debut album 'I Cry When I Laugh' is released on 21st August.
Watch the full interview above.