Review: Jazz Morley at The Cellars at Eastney

Jazz Morley
Jazz Morley
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Jazz is no stranger to the Cellars at Eastney.

She was here earlier this year (in February with Tom Bertram) and it’s no surprise that she is back; the girl never seems to stop touring.

This time, she’s conducting a mammoth 47-date UK tour off the back of her new EP Trying To Make Sense. However don’t let the name fool you.

Singer-songwriter Jazz Morley isn’t about brass instruments and big band arrangements. Tonight, the name of the game is unrequited love and failed relationships; all channelled through Jazz’s captivating voice and her keyboard.

Songs of love, loss and banks all make their way into Jazz’s short 40-minute set, with Neon Lights and the aforementioned ode to the Halifax (new single ‘Paper Walls’) proving to be highlights.

By the end of set-closer Disconnected, a song written for her brother in the military, there’s not a dry eye in the house.

Jazz possesses an infatuating, alluring voice that everyone needs to hear. Let’s hope her love life continues to stall if this is the result.