Pushed back three months due to the COVID-19 pandemic, this year's ceremony will now take place at London’s O2 Arena on May 11, 2021.
The visual features friend and Ware lookalike, Gemma Arterton, walking the empty streets of London on Valentine's Day.
The poignant song closes the artist’s latest, critically-acclaimed LP, ‘What’s Your Pleasure?’
The singer said, "“I’m so sorry we can’t make the April tour work, it’s just not safe yet BUT we’ll see each other in December and I can’t wait!"
The Grammy-winning artist’s guests include Disclosure, Jessie Ware, and David Byrne.
Released last night, a letter co-signed by hundreds of UK artists, managers, producers and record labels calls for the end of racism and intolerance.
Directed by Vicky Lawton, the new clip stars Jessie Ware herself, who busts a move alongside a string of dancers.
The singer's new album 'What's Your Pleasure?' is due for release tomorrow, 26 June.
Fans can bid on personalized videos and items from Sting, Taylor Swift and Jessie Ware, in support of The Circle’s Women and Girls Solidarity Fund.
The singer's new album, What's Your Pleasure?, is also set for release on 19 June.
The joyous visual, filmed in lockdown, comes ahead of ‘What’s Your Pleasure?’, out 19 June.
Ware’s latest, disco-infused single comes ahead of her forthcoming album, “What’s Your Pleasure”, out 19 June.
The track will also feature on the artist's new album, 'What's Your Pleasure?', set for release on 19 June.
As it stands, the ultra-eclectic playlist includes tracks from artists ranging from Erykah Badu to Tame Impala, Jessie Ware, Peggy Lee and Talk Talk.
UK songstress Jessie Ware shares a taste of her new album ‘What’s Your Pleasure’, with the nu disco single, ‘Spotlight’