British Songbird Jazz Morley Returns With Buoyant New Single 'Ruin Me': Exclusive Premiere

Ed Hill
Jazz Morley

Bournemouth, U.K.-bred indie pop newcomer Jazz Morley first made waves last year, with her wistful breakout tracks "Bad Love" and "Take Me Down" earning international hype, BBC Introducing support and comparisons to the likes of Jessie Ware and Shura.

Now, the budding talent returns with her latest buoyant offering "Ruin Me," premiering exclusively via Billboard.

The sunny-yet-contemplative track showcases Jazz's clear penchant for sunset-ready scorchers that could easily soundtrack any top-down drive to the coast. Leaning heavily on the arrangement's liberated guitar riffs, her smooth alto reflects on the complexities a new love can often bear, cooing, "I feel it, not used to this/ I could let you ruin me."

"It's about finding yourself in a bad place in life, feeling like you're only just holding it together, and being vulnerable to another's influence -- be it good or bad," she tells Billboard. "Sometimes when the world seems gray and hopeless, and you're craving anything that isn't mundane normality, meeting somebody new can be both exciting and dangerous."

Catch Jazz on tour at the dates below.

Tour Dates:

3/3: London, UK @ The Courtyard (w/ Ben Hobbs)

3/7: London, UK @ Soho House, Greek St (INVITE ONLY)