To say that “Take Me Home” is stripped back is an understatement. The song itself is a bare bones arrangement deftly showcasing Jess Glynne’s impeccable voice, and the coordinating new video is equally pared back and arresting.
Directed by Declan Whitebloom, the English singer and songwriter is filmed up close and without clothing, delivering a powerful and intimate representation of the single from her debut album I Cry When I Laugh. One that literally brings her to tears as she sings about healing.
On her Facebook, the singer said the emotional song is, “about the need to have someone who cares when you are at your most vulnerable” and the video itself is appropriately laid bare. Take a look.