Our girl Jenny March is back with another bop and this one is even more relatable than ever!
The LA-based pop singer just released her new single “Normal In Love,” which talks about her past toxic relationship that speaks to the frustrated lover in us all who wishes that things could be different. With lyrics like “Can we be normal and in love? Can we be normal just for once?” and “You’re never sorry till your caught,” the song lets us know that we’re not the only ones that find themselves in this situation and that sometimes its best to just move on.
Listen to “Normal In Love” now:
“Normal In Love” follows the release of the singer’s summer smash “Talk To Me,” which calls out all the basic ladies with tell-it-like-it-is lyrics, and “California Daze;” a song about getting lost in what California is.
Jenny caught the entertainment bug early in her childhood and attended New York’s prestigious Stagedoor Manor acting camp five years in a row. She later landed acting roles with Marisa Tomei and Minnie Driver in the horror film Laboratory Conditions as well as starring in the short The Stanford Letter and a 12-minute Secret Deodorant anti-bullying spot entitled Meanamorphosis. Ultimately, Jenny wanted to focus on her passion for music and teamed up with producer Tony Rodini [blackbear, Weezer, Terror Jr.] in 2017 for her upcoming EP.