Jazz Morley Releases Single in Aid of SSAFA

Jazz Morley, a singer songwriter from Bournemouth has recently released a single called ‘Disconnected’ in aid of SSAFA.

She wrote the song when her brother was first deployed in Afghanistan. He has since passed out at the Royal Military Academy Sandhurst.

The song is described as an honest journey of love, loss and courage.

Having gained recognition on BBC Radio 1, 2, and 4, and having supported Jools Holland at Kew Gardens and Rodriguez at The Royal Albert Hall, Jazz now wants to give back to the community that supported her brother during his military service.

The release of ‘Disconnected’ came just two days before centenary of the Armistice, reminding us to remember the military family that serves this country today, as well as, honouring those who fell during the First World War.

Members of Trinity Insurance Services attended a SSAFA event where the song was unveiled.


Written by Trinity Insurance

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