Right Here

Album: I Cry When I Laugh (2014)
Charted: 6

Songfacts®:

  • This is Jess Glynne's first official solo single after hit collaborations with Clean Bandit and Route 94 and her own promo tune, "Home." The song was released as a digital download on June 6, 2014 in the UK.
  • Jess Glynne wrote the song with:

    Stockport, Manchester singer-songwriter Janee "Jin Jin" Bennett whom Jess Glynne met at music college.

    The English Electronic music duo Gorgon City who first came to the public's attention with their UK Top 5 hit "Ready For Your Love."

    Glynne told The Idolator: "The song came about from my publisher who manages Gorgon City, and he put us together."
  • This song finds Glynne singing of a significant other. The singer revealed to The Independent that this track and the other songs on I Cry When I Laugh are about her relationship and break-up with a female romantic partner. "The songs on this album are about a girl," she explained. "I would never lie about a situation I've been in. I feel like with the album I'm putting my cards out on the table. I wouldn't want it to be misconstrued and the fact of the matter is those songs are about a girl. I was heartbroken about a girl, it wasn't a guy."

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