- 02 Nov 17
Recorded while she came to terms with first-time parenthood, Glasshouse is JESSIE WARE’s most grown-up album to date – and also potentially her most successful.
She talks to ED POWER about teething troubles, in the studio and real life, and how she has grown into pop stardom.
Jessie Ware is struggling to make herself heard over a short-tempered, big-lunged shriek. But she isn’t fending off insistent fans or dealing with a demanding record company executive. Her one year-old daughter has just kicked off – at the very moment mum is about to begin nattering with Hot Press about her new album. Ware flashes one of those “laughing-because-otherwise-I’d-be-crying” grins.
“She has separation anxiety, which is really normal for this age. Which means she’s waking a lot. Of course, it’s happening just as I’m promoting the record.”