Jenny March Releases New Single “All In”

Rising singer/songwriter Jenny March has released her 90s inspired electro-pop track/video for “All In,” the second single off of her forthcoming 2021 EPCLICK HERE to watch the lyric video. Check out the first look on Paper. Written about meeting someone and the instantaneous connection that forms between you, “All In” was written about a ride or die love and the power that comes with it, making you feel like you can conquer any obstacle because you have each other. The track follows recent lead single, “November Nights,”which was inspired by a past relationship. The moody track touches upon how you can love someone so deeply, even knowing you probably shouldn’t be with this person, and yet you are still somehow addicted to making it work, longing for their love and validation. CLICK HERE to watch the music video.

“This is my debut EP, so I’ve really been able to hone my style. The EP has a modern flare that manifests from a lot of guitar influence that I found myself really drawn to while figuring out the kind of music I wanted to share with the world,” Jenny shared with Paper. “There is a lot of female badass energy throughout this EP about being true to who you are and not caring too much about what people think of you. I had a long journey with caring too much about what people thought of me and through my music, this EP has allowed me to shed that and let go

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