‘Same But Different’ is an infectious pop song with fresh electronic production textured with emotional vocals.
Jess Spink’s vocal effervescence is a cram fullness in delights and emotive conjugations. A height of love, and of loss, dance on the same stage of life as the development in transformative hearts, break then mend, in apropos.
Break-ups and aftershocks is where the story begins. But as Jess sings, you’re ready to deal that she’s talking about moving past, and grabbing the chances by the throat. It’s your life. And it’s your desire for betterment.
Let’s git it.
‘Same but Different’ was written on the last day before lockdown in March at Tileyard studios in London the song was put together during quarantine.
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1 teddy was harmed in the making of this video… but this might have been my favourite day… ever?!? So wanted to share some behind the scenes from when we shot the SBD vid. @milaaustin_ I love you for bringing this song to life, the detail in every shot and ideas that portrayed exact feelings within the song. @mollyfleet for the smoothest most special day, making me feel confident and comfortable, laughing or crying!! @sambebbs and @jeffhcelis the dream team with the best eyes behind the 🎥 and 🚨 @firyal.makeupartist for making me feel happier in my skin than ever 🥺 if I could do it all again I would tomorrow… ps anyone want a teddy hmu 🤙🏼 🧸🧸🧸