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JESSICA WINTER RELEASES NEW SINGLE ‘CLUTTER’ FEAT. LYNKS

BRAND NEW EP ‘LIMERENCE’
OUT 10TH FEBRUARY 2023

SUPPORTING REBECCA BLACK ON HER 2023 UK AND IRELAND TOUR

Jessica Winter releases her exceptional new single, ‘Clutter’ featuring London’s balaclava-clad avant-garde artist Lynks, released via Lucky Number. ‘Clutter’ follows the critically acclaimed 2022 singles ‘Choreograph’ and ‘Funk This Up’, all of which are taken from Winter’s upcoming EP Limerenceout 10th February 2023 on both digital and physical formats.
 
Accompanying the release of ‘Clutter’ is a brand new music video, which is available to watch below.

In February 2023, Winter will support Rebecca Black on her UK and Ireland tour, including what is set to be a standout show at London’s Heaven. Full tour dates can be found below.

On ‘Clutter’, Winter continues to demonstrate why she has been regarded by a wealth of publications – including Rolling Stone UK, DIY, Dork, Gigwise, So Young, and more – as one of the best up-and-coming alt-pop acts on the scene today. On the track, she traverses through an escapade of stimulating beats and hooks as she blends her signature mix of synth-pop and 80’s glam. The collaboration with Lynks was born out of the pair’s long standing friendship, having also played a special show at the Brixton Windmill together before Christmas in aid of Brixton Soup Kitchen.

Directed by Ella Margolin, the ‘Clutter’ music video is an extension of Winter’s artistic vision and is testimony to her ability to create art that speaks for itself. The video follows a group of women who have left their husbands and have become reinvigorated with new life, energy, and hotness.

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Speaking about ‘Clutter’, Jessica Winter said: “I moved house and found love letters, photos and other bits from relationships over the years that at the time meant so much yet hold no significance now. I’ve carried these things around with me all this time and a spring clean was needed; physically and spiritually from all past and present relationships! Lynks embodies a divine solitary strength so there’s no one better than him to help deliver this message”

Speaking about Limerence, Jessica Winter said“Limerence was written during a time when I was trying to understand my relationship to love and my behaviours around it.” says Jessica; “Love confuses me so much and I think this EP demonstrates that.”

Born and raised in Portsmouth, Jessica’s first introduction into music came from an unconventional avenue. Born with Hip Dysplasia, she had her first major hip operation at 11-months old, a consequence of which meant the only seat she could adequately sit in was her family’s piano stool. Confined to this space, the subsequent years saw her cultivate a gift in music and begin to develop into the artist she is today, with little to do but gaze out the window and explore her imagination.

Jessica not only self-produces and writes all of her own music, but also lends her talents to a host of other high-calibre artists too including The Big Moon, Jazmin Bean, Phoebe Green, Sundara Karma, Walt Disco and Brodka. More music and further news on Jessica Winter will follow soon.

UK & IRELAND TOUR DATES (SUPPORTING REBECCA BLACK)
 
Sat 4th Feb, Dublin, Academy Green Room
Mon 6th Feb, Glasgow, SWG3 Warehouse
Tue 7th Feb, Manchester, Gorilla
Wed 8th Feb, Birmingham, O2 Academy 2
Fri 10th Feb, London, Heaven
Sat 11th Feb, Bristol, Thekla

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