Rixton to release break up song about Jesy Nelson
Rixton’s new single is reportedly about frontman Jake Roche’s split from Jesy Nelson.
On Friday (12.02.16) the ‘Me and My Broken Heart’ hitmakers are dropping a track titled ‘I Swear She’ll Be The Death Of Me’ at 5pm, according to Jake’s Twitter.
Alongside a picture of the title, he captioned the picture: "tomorrow."
And an insider has revealed the 24-year-old pop star has "poured his heart" into the song, which is set to spill the beans on what caused the end of his relationship with the Little Mix star.
A source told The Sun newspaper: "Jake has stayed silent since the split but he’s finally to speak his mind.
"He has written a song all about his recent break-up with Jesy and wants to get it out straight away.
"He has poured his heart into his music and needs his fans to know how he really feels as they have been worried about him.
"This song isn’t a comeback hit, it’s Rixton wanting to reward the fans for being patient and waiting for their new material that’s coming out next year."
Jesy too has reportedly been throwing herself into her work after the couple decided to cancel their wedding and go their separate ways.
A source previously said: "Their relationship became strained and they grew apart. They started rowing and it became too much."
Whilst another insider added: "It’s over as far as Jesy’s concerned and there’s no going back. The wedding is off and her engagement ring won’t be going back on. Jesy’s so busy with her career and she’s throwing herself into work."
The split no doubt came as a shock to their fans as the 25-year-old brunette beauty insisted they were "very much in love" days before it was revealed they’d called time on their relationship.
Rixton follow in the footsteps of Little Mix – also comprised of Perrie Edwards, Jade Thirlwall and Leigh Anne-Pinnock – who released ‘Shout Out To My Ex’, which is about all of the girl’s past relationships.
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