We’re delighted to bring you the exclusive premiere of UK artist Rebecca Jayne’s brand new video for ‘Heart Of Mine’!
Rebecca recorded the single with Miles Myerscough-Harris (son of BBC Radio 2’s Bob Harris) at WholeHog Media Studios near Oxford and captured the magic of the song within the first couple of takes.
“It was an incredible experience to be recording in a room with such rich music history. I recorded with 4 incredible musicians – Will Looms on lead guitar and bass, Dan Bennett on banjo and backing vocals, Nick Cowan on piano and Ben Argyle on drums. Miles and the guys were an absolute dream to work with and I can’t wait to get back in the studio to work on some more music.”
Rebecca wrote her new single ‘Heart of Mine’ during a trip to Nashville in as a follow up to ‘I’m Not Saying I Don’t Love You’, which documented her personal experience of somebody truly loving her but being unable to love them back in the same way. In contrast, ‘Heart of Mine’ sees Rebecca reimagine the same events from the other person’s perspective.
Rebecca cites Eva Cassidy as a huge influence on her musical style, admiring her ability to turn any song into something completely different and somehow even more beautiful. She also draws inspiration from the likes of Shane McAnally, Lori McKenna and Natalie Hemby.
Having spent the last couple of years collaborating with some of the UK and Nashville’s top writers, ‘Heart of Mine’ will be the first in a series of releases from Rebecca over the next year or so.