One Touch
by Jess Glynne (featuring Jax Jones)

Album: Always In Between (2019)
Charted: 19
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Songfacts®:

  • This soulful anthem finds Jess Glynne singing sweet nothings over Jax Jones' piano-house production. The song was a long time in the planning: It was first played by Jax Jones at an event in July 2018 and finally released on May 24, 2019 as a single from the deluxe reissue of Glynne's Always In Between album.
  • Similar collaborations between Glynne and dance producers include the UK #1 hits "Rather Be" (with Clean Bandit) and "My Love" (with Route 94).
  • The upbeat song finds Glynne singing of adoration for her romantic partner.

    With just one touch, you take me there
    Without your love, we go nowhere


    The songstress has total confidence in her lover.
  • Jess Glynne and Jax Jones wrote the song with Janee "Jin Jin" Bennett. The British singer-songwriter has previous history with the two artists; Bennett co-penned the breakthrough hits of both Glynne ("Right Here") and Jones ("You Don't Know Me").

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