Jess Glynne, the up-and-coming crooner who brought you the Grammy-winning dance anthem "Rather Be," is back with another track to get you out of your seat. The artist is expecting the release of her debut album, I Cry When I Laugh, on September 11 of this year. Glynne has been blowing up the UK pop charts with singles such as "Not Letting Go" and "Hold My Hand," and is now giving us another reason to love her with the new video for "Don't Be So Hard on Yourself," released yesterday.
The clip features Glynne looking incredibly chic with her signature mane of red, as well as Clark Peters of The Wire. Directed by Declan Whitebloom, it follows the story of a boy dealing with intense personal loss and managing to find solace and healing through music.
Listen to the rest of Jess Glynne's music here. Watch the video below: