James Bay’s episode of Song Association begins with a bit of a disclaimer. “It’s lyrics that I don’t remember,” the hit singer-songwriter warned viewers. “I can do melodies. I can do chords. Words are a tough one for me.” But Bay, who recently released the new song “Chew On My Heart,” quickly found his words in a musical race against the clock. In between teasing a new album and revealing his jazz music aspirations, Bay sang songs from the Rolling Stones, Janelle Monáe, and The Beatles.
The musician also reminisced about his first track to hit the Billboard charts and revealed the music that’s getting him through quarantine. (Hint: stream this new record.) Watch to see Bay conquer Song Association, receiving a score that will place him alongside his own SA inspirations Lizzo and Lewis Capaldi.
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