Jessie Reyez expands ‘Before Love Came To Kill Us’ with new songs

Listen to “Sugar at Night” and “No One’s in the Room” here.

Jessie Reyez has shared two new songs, “Sugar at Night” and “No One’s in the Room.” Both tracks appear on the new extended version of her debut album Before Love Came to Kill Us.

On “Sugar at Night,” Reyez compares a relationship that’s going nowhere to the unhealthy activity that is eating sweets before bed. Over production from Bizness Boi, the Canadian-Columbian singer belts out her frustration: “You’re like sugar at night / You just fuck up my sleep / You always take away my smile / You always fuck up my dreams.”

On the other hand, “No One’s in the Room” was released with a cinematic visual, directed by Emma Higgins, that pays homage to Reyez’s religious upbringing and recreates John Everett Millais’ painting Ophelia.


Before Love Came to Kill Us was released in March, and received a deluxe edition in April. The record features songs such as “Intruders” and “Same Side.”

Watch the video for “No One’s in the Room” below:


And stream the new expanded edition of Before Love Came To Kill Us here:

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