Bournemouth – born Jazz Morley pumps out emotive down – tempo pop. The singer-songwriter is already a streaming sensation and it’s easy to see why.
Jazz Morley; the awesome independent artist playing in London this July:
Jazz Morley sounds like an ultramodern Stevie Nicks. Her voice is undeniably special but sometimes that’s not enough in modern music, so it’s a good thing Morley has dived into the sea of Electronica, making it her own, while holding on to her soul influences.
Draper has played a crucial role in developing Jazz’s music and soulful Electronic sound. He had just finished working with Lapsley when he got involved with Morley. There are certainly some similarities between these two artists, each bringing their own flair to the ever-evolving genre.
As well as Stevie Nicks – Jazz Morley cites LANY, Trace, Honne, Shura, Jessie Ware, Christine & The Queens, Annie Lennox and Zero 7 as influences.
After playing The Great Escape and Isle of Wight festivals in 2015 and perfecting her futuristic Pop sound; Jazz Morley gained serious support from BBC Introducing along with other international tastemakers whose reviews you just need to see:
“Morley is one artist you shouldn’t have to have to go through life without listening to” – NYLON
“Showcasing her velvet-smooth voice and ability to master the world of down-beat pop” – Line Of Best Fit
“Jazz Morley sounds like having a heartbreak whilst booming it up at a sunrise beach party.” – Metro
These complimentary comments speak for themselves, Jazz Morley is on to something good here and after listening to her – you’ll be as excited as we are for her new single “Safe Place” dropping on the 14th of July.
“Take Me Down” has been streamed over one million times on Spotify.
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“Bad Love” has also been streamed on Spotify over a million times, expect these figures to continue to rise, her tunes are perfect summer chill-out earworms.
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Where can I see her?
Join Jazz Morley on the 20th July at The Courtyard Theatre for a captivating night of new music. Get tickets right here: ticketweb.co.uk/jazzmorley (they’re only 9 Quid!)