Jasmine Jethwa delivers a captivating fusion of Western and Indian influences, shaped by her upbringing in London. Initially drawn to dance, she dedicated herself to rigorous training but soon discovered her true passion for music. With a mesmerizing command of melody and harmonies, Jasmine creates swaying, folk-tinged pop songs that overflow with emotion. Her love for acoustic guitar and influences ranging from classic artists like David Gray and Tracy Chapman to contemporary acts like Fontaines DC infuse her sound with depth and resonance. Jasmine’s debut EP, ‘Hurricane’, garnered praise from BBC Introducing, Clash, and The Independent. Now, she is set to release her enchanting second EP, ‘Same Streets But I Don’t See You Around’, delving into the aftermath of heartbreak. Drawing from her South London upbringing, Jasmine’s music embraces community and offers a welcoming embrace to all listeners, inviting them to connect with her heartfelt and poetic compositions.