ISLE of Wight musician, Jazzy Heath, has released a new single.

A striking, sombre slow-tune, entitled Lovesick, the single takes inspiration from Jazzy's musical theatre roots to create a dark and dangerous ballad.

The vocals for the track were recorded at Tower Studios with the help of producer, Dave Draper, tweaked and finalised by Jazzy's father, singer-songwriter, Eon Graves.

Jazzy was born in Bristol, and raised on the Isle of Wight, and throughout her childhood, she has been participating in bands and music projects.

She has performed on the Cowes Week main stage, the Big Top at the Isle of Wight Festival, and the Bestival main stage as part of Fat Boy Slims backing choir.

Jazzy's new single, Lovesick, is available now on various platforms, including Spotify, Apple Music and Amazon.

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