After releasing her critically acclaimed album Devotion last summer, Jessie Ware is ready to take to the U.S. with her latest work the If You’re Never Going to Move EP. The British R&B singer — who is currently on a limited tour in support of her U.S. releases — was first heard with artists such as Joker and SBTRKT, before taking the stage on her own.
If You’re Never Going to Move is another heartfelt output from the South London songstress, complete with effortless R&B-enhanced pop rhythms and Ware’s sophisticated soul. The 5-track EP is a collection of some of the best tracks from Devotion as well as cover of Bobby Caldwell’s “What You Won’t Do For Love” and a remix of the EPs title track.
Ware starts of the EP with “If You’re Never Going to Move,”a song that fits with her typical twinkling tracks, before moving into previously heard cuts from Devotion. Then she gives us her rendition of Caldwell’s 1978 hit, before Two Inch Punch’s remix finishes off the EP. The London-based Two Inch Punch strips down the original poppy production allowing Ware’s swooning soul to take control — making for a quiet close to the unrestrained release.
Listen to the preview below.