AOTY 2018

Always in Between

Jess Glynne - Always in Between
Critic Score
Based on 3 reviews
User Score
Based on 38 ratings
2018 Ratings: #664
October 12, 2018 / Release Date
LP / Format
Atlantic / Label
Dance Pop / Genres
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Rolling Stone

Glynne has a husky, yet supple voice marked by a restless vibrato, and she powers it with the sort of panache that would make even the most in-touch feelings-haver blush. She’s most in her element on love songs that lean into classic R&B ideas.


Always in Between might lack the momentum that helped Glynne's debut propel her to the top of the charts, but it offers enough highlights for a fun listen.

The Guardian

The follow-up to Glynne’s ubiquitous debut is generic Top 40 and soul-pop finished to a high standard.

Jess Glynne is uninteresting as an artist and that always makes her "soul" music seem detached and inauthentic but she has some great production and with the added backing vocals (choirs sometimes as expected for blue eyed soul singers) this is a lot better than I expected.
Fave: I'll Be There, Rollin, Nevermind
1. Intro = NA
2. No One = 100
3. I'll Be There = 100
4. Thursday = 100
5. All I Am = 100
6. 123 = 80
7. Never Let Me Go = 100
8. Broken = 80
9. Hate/Love = 40
10. Won't Say No = 80
11. Rollin = 60
12. Nevermind = 100
Fav Tracks: No one, Thursday, Rollin, These days, All I am
► BEST TRACKS: "Thursday", "All I Am", "Broken" and "Nevermind"
► WORST TRACKS: "Never Let Me Go"
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Track List

  1. Intro
  2. No One
  3. I'll Be There
  4. Thursday
  5. All I Am
  6. 123
  7. Never Let Me Go
  8. Broken
  9. Hate/Love
  10. Won't Say No
  11. Rollin
  12. Nevermind
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Added on: July 4, 2018