Watch Jessie Ware Perform "If You're Never Gonna Move" at her First Ever US ShowBy Noisey Staff
Last December, NYC's infamous sometimes-music-venue-sometimes-debauched-smut-dungeon the Box played host to UK songbird Jessie Ware's first show in America. Today, Ware, whose debut LP Devotion earned her a Mercury Prize nod and features some of the most undeniable pop ballad bangers in recent memory, takes us behind the scenes of the intimate performance, as well as shares with us a live take of her ultra dreamy "If You're Never Gonna Move."
Catch Jessie on tour:
April 3 / New York, NY / Music Hall of Williamsburg
April 4 / New York, NY / Webster Hall
April 6 / Toronto, ONT / The Opera House
April 8 / Vancouver, BC / Commodore Ballroom
April 9 / Seattle, WA / The Crocodile
April 11 / San Francisco, CA / The Independent
April 14 / Indio, CA / COACHELLA
April 21 / Indio, CA / COACHELLA
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