Popstar on the rise Jasmine Thompson shares new emotional single “already there” from upcoming EP “all of the above”
Having already achieved huge success as a featured artist, selling millions of singles and amassing billions of streams globally, the singer has also developed into a songwriter and a skilled musician whose evolution can be seen on each of her subsequent releases. In 2017, at just 16 years old, Jasmine decided to take a year off from her blossoming music career to wait tables at a restaurant in London’s Soho, an experience that felt necessary in order to reset, and which she now references in her newest song “already there.”
That time away from the industry brought Jasmine a new perspective, and in this latest single and accompanying video she is brought back to that time, romanticizing the idea of two strangers meeting in a bar or restaurant, how they came to be, and how they grew stronger while apart. “already there” is available now via Atlantic Records at all DSPs and streaming services; an official companion video is streaming now via YouTube.
Jasmine says: “This EP covers a paragraph in my life. It’s an offering to my fans and I hope it connects with them the way it’s connected with me.”
The new single was produced by TMS (Lewis Capaldi) and co-written with Kristin Carpenter (Greyson Chance, Nasty Cherry, NOTD), Maddie Eliasson, Sebastian Daniel (Matoma, Afrojack), Michael Pollack (Celine Dion, Kelly Clarkson, Maroon 5) and TMS, “already there” marks the first single from Thompson’s eagerly awaited new EP, all of the above, due later this year.
Along with her acclaimed solo work, Thompson has made chart-topping appearances on a pair of global blockbuster hit singles. Her collaboration with German DJ/producer Robin Schulz on “Sun Goes Down (Feat. Jasmine Thompson)” earned 1 billion worldwide streams along with a slew of international gold and platinum certifications and Top 5 and Top 10 chart runs in Europe, Australia, and South America. German DJ Felix Jaehn’s “Ain’t Nobody (Loves Me Better)” remix was an even greater smash, ascending to the top 10 on the iTunes Store’s “Top Dance Songs” chart while earning gold and platinum certifications in a range of countries and amassing over 1 billion streams.