Jessie Chung is back with her latest studio album There You Are.
Mastered and produced in Australia, the breakthrough album fuses indie rock and modern sounds.
Autumn of 2016 sees Jessie Chung launching her debut English album There You Are, blurring the lines between indie rock, purist pop, and R&B-esque sounds. Each and every track on Jessie’s album is a glimmering gem hidden with stories drawn from her person experiences. Jessie enlists Australian producer Andy James Court (fresh off his success with Fireplace) to help complete the envisioning of her musical stories. For Someplace Honest, the song is all but flawless; well-arranged, it alternates between a raging refrain and an exquisitely, minimalistic piano riff. Despite Jessie’s girlish, tender vocal, her songs display versatility and maturity, and is sure to electrify any music generation alike.
Jessie Chung is a Malaysian singer, actress, author, entrepreneur and a doctor (M.D. in clinical Oncology). She has been performing as an artist for many years now and has been on stage in some different countries including the USA, Malaysia, Canada, and China.
She has released seven other albums, notably Home, Loving You, Message of Love from the Moon, Love in You, I Just Fall in Love Again, and Tearless Sky. They have all been well received by the media, and she has become a popular artist both internationally and in her home country, Malaysia. Her single “Love in You” was selected as the theme song for the Korean TV series My Secret Garden in Taiwan. Jessie Chung’s last album rose to 4th place on the I Radio Top Hits Chart and 6th place on the Pop Radio Top Ten Music Chart just within two weeks of her initial release in Taiwan.
She has also sung solo concerts in 5 different languages to promote charity events. It was on October 2015 when her Love Unity Concert has yielded huge responses from fans around the world, leaving barely any space in the more than 2000-capacity arena. This year, she has sung for 10 consecutive full house shows for her Chinese Orchestra concert. Besides, her stage production Moonlight was also well received, extending to a total 10 shows.
Written & Produced by: Andy James Court (Australia)
Music Video directed by: Elijah Cavanagh, filmed and produced in Brisbane, Australia
Jessie Chung – Someplace Honest
it’s 12 o’clock in the forest
I can’t see the woods for the trees
If i can be someplace honest
Where good things can happen in threes
One for my heart
Two for the love
Three for a vision that
Came from above
It’s 4 o’clock in the morning
For a five time champion
Your words are somehow transforming me
Holding us together again
There’s someone else in the mirror
There’s someone else i can feel
Maybe this thing could be clearer
Maybe with prayer i can heal