Jemma Johnson’s latest single “Love Rush” might be described as a blend of Avril Lavigne’s edge and Taylor Swift’s lyrical charm, but it’s a standout track in its own right. This catchy, radio-friendly song encapsulates the exhilaration of new love. While there are nods to pop icons, the track particularly evokes the early days of Kelly Clarkson’s career, both in its emotional depth and vocal prowess. Although it doesn’t have the same bitterness as Clarkson’s hit “Since U Been Gone,” it certainly fits the same narrative theme, appealing to those who’ve experienced love’s ups and downs.
The chorus of “Love Rush” is irresistibly catchy – so much so that even Mark Pusey, Ed Sheeran’s drummer, was captivated and ended up contributing to the track. Johnson’s own words about the song reflect its empowering message: it’s her anthem against heartbreak and a celebration of newfound confidence and self-assuredness.
Johnson’s rising star has been noted in performances alongside artists like Charlie Simpson and Beth McCarthy, and her recent appearance at the Y Not Festival. She continues to captivate audiences with her engaging presence and songs that resonate with their catchy melodies and relatable lyrics. Johnson is rapidly becoming a notable name in the music world, and “Love Rush” is a clear indicator of her potential to gain widespread recognition. This track is more than just a song; it’s a statement of Johnson’s growing influence in the music scene.