Jenny March Drops Acoustic Video of “Normal In Love” – Watch Here

March 8, 2019
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Today, pop songstress, Jenny March, dropped an acoustic video of her latest single “Normal In Love,” a passionate track about a toxic ex-lover that asks the ever-relatable question “Can we be normal and in love?” The acoustic performance of “Normal In Love” comes before the release of Jenny’s much anticipated new single “FUWY” which is set for release this month. March is hot off the buzz of her cover of Madison Beer’s “Hurts Like Hell” which was named to Betches’ “Best New Songs From Female Artists” with Selena Gomez, Teyana Taylor and more.

Check out the video below.

March is hot off the buzz of an impressive 2018 where she debuted bop after bop of her original music that amassed millions of streams, radio spins across the country and caught the eye of Nylon, Pop Dust and more in addition to performing at KISS FM’s Fireworks show with Madison Beer and others. “Normal In Love” is a follow up to Jenny’s sun-soaked summer single “Talk To Me,” the euphoric pop jam about unapologetically living out your dreams. “Talk To Me” followed her debut single “California Daze,” the mesmerizing pop jam which dropped in January. Additionally, Jenny has also collaborated with Dutch DJ CMC$’s for his track “Love Parade” and was featured on “Bottle It Up” with KXA.

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