Jenny March, one of pop’s realest newcomers, has released her new single “Normal in Love,” a mesmerizing electric synth track about a toxic ex lover.
Pairing luminous vocals with a tantalizing beat, the track’s captivating lyrics evoke emotions that we’ve all felt: “Can we be normal and in love? Can we be normal just for once?” and “You’re never sorry till you’re caught.” Jenny hopes that both girls (and boys) alike can relate to the track and know that they are not alone. March is not just any other pop act, her music speaks volumes to your inner-most thoughts in the most honest and sincere way.
The singer and songwriter has been on fire this year dropping consistent bop after bop that has caught the attention of Nylon, Pop Dust and more. March is hot off the release of her sun-soaked summer single “Talk To Me,” which garnered hundreds of thousands of streams, in addition to gaining radio spins at an array of stations across the country. PRESS HERE to watch the music video. “Talk To Me” follows her debut single “California Daze,” the mesmerizing pop jam which dropped in January. Jenny has also collaborated with Dutch DJ CMC$’s for his track “Love Parade” and was featured on “Bottle It Up” with KXA. PRESS HERE to stream.
Jenny caught the entertainment bug early in her childhood and attended New York’s prestigious Stagedoor Manor acting camp for five years. Although her true passion is music, Jenny later landed acting roles with Marisa Tomei and Minnie Driver in the horror film Laboratory Conditionsand starred in the short The Stanford Letter and a 12-minute Secret Deodorant anti-bullying spot entitled Meanamorphosis.