Jazz Morley – Safe Place

Bournemouth alt-pop singer Jazz Morley has returned with another classy offering, following the success of previous single Ruin Me. Her warm and soulful voice perfectly fits the crafted and smooth soundscape of Safe Place, a song built on deconstructed pop harmonies and honed synth stabs that reflects the up and downs and the recent changes in Jazz’s life.

Speaking to Notion, she explained: “‘Safe Place’ describes where I have found myself in life now, both geographically and emotionally. I spent quite a few years without a base, travelling up and down the country gigging and sleeping on floors. It was exciting at first, but ultimately proved really hard for my mind to take; I had no real stability. I’ve now moved back to where I grew up by the sea, and I finally feel like I’m where I’m supposed to be. Not only does the sea provide me with a constant source of inspiration, but I feel like I’ve come to a certain level of peace and confidence within myself too, which is a really lovely place to be at.

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