Jess Glynne - 'Always In Between': Everything We Know About The New Album Tracklist, Release Date & More

24 July 2018, 16:18 | Updated: 31 October 2018, 16:40

Jess Glynne - Always In Between

Jess Glynne's new album is set to be a huge hit...

It's fair to say it's been a pretty good year for Jess Glynne so far...

She's got two Official Vodafone Big Top 40 Number 1's under her belt - one with Rudimental for 'These Day's and a solo one with 'I'll Be There' - and now Jess is getting ready to release her second studio album Always In Between.

So here's everything we know about the 2018 album...

> Jess Glynne Talks About Her New Album And I'll Be There

What is Jess Glynne's new album called?

Jess confirmed on her social media accounts that her second album would be titled Always In Between. We're not sure what the meaning behind the title is but it sounds nice, doesn't it?


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What is Jess Glynne's new album release date?

The 'Hold My Hand' singer has revealed that the new album Always In Between will be out on Friday 21st September 2018.

Taking to Twitter, Jess wrote: "I can’t believe I’m finally announcing the new chapter... Always In Between my new album will be with you in just a few months! Excited and nervous are both understatements of how I feel! I love you all! LET’S DO THIS!"

What songs are on Jess Glynne's new album?

At the same time as revealing the album artwork and title, Jess shared the tracklist with us too...

  1. Intro
  2. No One
  3. I'll Be There
  4. Thursday
  5. All I Am
  6. See Me On Top
  7. Never Let Me Go
  8. Broken
  9. Hate / Love
  10. Don't Say No
  11. Rollin
  12. Never

You just know already there's going to be so many hits on there!

What are Jess Glynne's 'Always In Between' tour dates?

Jess is taking her new album on tour at the end of 2018. It's her second arena tour, where she'll be playing eleven shows at venues around the UK and Ireland.

  • 15 November - SSE Hydro, Bournemouth 
  • 17 November - Manchester Arena
  • 18 November - Birmingham Genting Arena
  • 20 November - The O2 Arena, London
  • 21 November - Brighton Centre
  • 24 November - Metro Radio Arena, Newcastle-upon-Tyne
  • 25 November - First Direct Arena, Leeds 
  • 27 November - 3Arena, Dublin
  • 29 November - Motorpoint Arena Cardiff
  • 30 November - Motorpoint Arena Nottingham
  • 2 December - Windsor Hall, Bournemouth


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