Moments ago, Jessie Ware released another track from her upcoming sophomore album, Tough Love. "Say You Love Me" is an absolute tear-jerker, and follows her incredible tune "Tough Love."
Ware co-wrote this song with the lyrical genius himself, Mr. Ed Sheeran, while the two were in New York earlier this year. Ware is a force to be reckoned with on her own, but with lyrical assistance from Sheeran, this is sure to earn her more airplay. This pop ballad is produced by BenZel, and has a beautifully full sound similar to that of Charlotte Martin's 2006 song, "The Dance."
The title itself is a reprise throughout the song as Ware pleads to be loved in return. The song escalates, and halfway through, a choir joins in to create an ethereal music experience. This touch of gospel adds such a warm feeling to the track.
Tough Love is set to be released on October 21 in North America, and can be pre-ordered via Ware's official website. I can't wait to hear what else Ware has in store for us, but in the meantime, tune to her Zumic artist page for all the latest in music, news, and tour dates.