The heartwarming song Love Me True written by Wiltshire singer songwriter Jess Vincent from her new album SHINE, will be released as a single tomorrow.
Love Me True is a love song, written from the heart. Its a song asking simply to be loved entirely, without question, and through everything, sadness, age, and temptations.
The single will be available on iTunes and Amazon and all the usual outlets from 11 Dec 2015.
Jess feels that the true meaning of Christmas these days is love, charity, bringing people together and looking after one another “I believe the best of people comes out around this festive time, and although not everyone shares the festive spirit etc, universally everyone shares love in one form or another,“ says Jess. ‘Love me through, when I’m blue, and I’m no longer new’, is a lyric we can apply to lover, friend and family member.”
Pennyblack Music describes Love Me True as a yearning love song, “Vincent’s crystal-clear vocals sending shivers down the spine. At times her voice soars…. It’s a gorgeous song that clocks in at three and a half minutes but feels like it’s only lasted a minute. All good things end too soon and this is one song that you could hear all day and never tire of.”
LOVE ME TRUE features: Jess Vincent (vocals, guitar), Reg Meuross (harmonica, backing vocals), Marcel Rose (electric guitar), Graham Brown (drums),
Pete Willis (bass)

Jess Vincent has a highly original style which is getting noticed: “Soulful, strong and utterly engrossing” says Mick Tems, Folk Wales; “uniquely and obliquely original” Rock’n’Reel R2. She delivers her songs with her unique and gorgeous voice and trademark subtle arrangements on guitar, baritone uke, shruti box and harmonium, revealing a maturity that belies her youth, yet allowing her vulnerability to shine through.
Jess has a unique mix of ‘..accessible, tuneful folksiness, with dashes of Americana of the light-textured Appalachian variety” [Folk n Roots].
New album Shine sees Jess Vincent rising in stature as both a writer and performer of songs. An album that will last a lifetime and feel like it’s ended too soon.” [NEIL KING – FATEA RECORDS]
Shine and Jess’s unique soaring, swooping sound has got me deliciously hooked; I can’t stop playing it… compulsive melodies – whoever coined the buzz-word “earworm” must be thinking of her.” [MICK TEMS – FOLK WALES]