We’re looking at Always in Between, the new studio album from Jess Glynne. She quietly has seven number one singles, the most by a solo female artist in UK chart history. Meaning Glynne has outsold the likes of Beyoncé, Katy Perry and Britney Spears, quite a feat considering Glynne’s comparatively short career and understated public persona.
Always in Between is Glynne’s second studio album and contains three singles that have already hit the Top Ten; “I’ll Be There” and “These Days” – with Rudimental and Macklemore – have already hit number one in 2018.
Glynne’s success on the charts allowed her to release a lazy debut album, I Cry When I Laugh, and Always In Between is no different. This project has little of interest aside from a couple of potential singles.
Ed Sheeran co-writes the dreary ballad, “Thursday”, while up-tempo “Rollin'” is the album’s best moment. Both of these tracks are likely to do well on the charts and give even more success to unstoppable Jess Glynne juggernaut, as it rampages its way up the charts.
Check out our video review of Jess Glynne’s Always in Between below: