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Hit play and you are greeted with lots of skin, tears, minimal makeup and the captivating rawness that is Jess Glynne. In her latest music video for Take Me Home, Glynne strips down not only in the physical aspect, but also the exterior of shiny stardom, making herself practically relatable – human. Her voice, first pricking up ears in 2014 with Clean Bandit’s “Rather Be”, is solid gold here.

In her description on Facebook, she writes:

“This is a song about the need to have someone who cares when you are at your most vulnerable.

It’s an emotional song for me and I have to admit it brought me to tears filming the video, not because I was sad but because I was so grateful that I had someone to get me out of the dark hole I was in xxx”