It’s time to get in on this Jesse Saint John gig, girls.

After writing bangers for artists such as Britney Spears (Love Me Down), Charli XCX (Secret, I Got It) and Camila Cabello (Something’s Gotta Give), queer singer-songwriter Jesse has dropped his first EP, and it’s incredible.

don’t stop dancing. life gets sad. opens with industrial Brooke Candy and lil aaron collaboration WALL, before hitting listeners in the feels with Alex’s Song, and picking things back up with an Ojivolta remix of WHAT DO U LIKE.

The EP rounds out with the previously released dancefloor anthem CRYING and reflective pop bop WISER.

You can listen to Jesse’s new EP on Spotify or Apple Music below.

When we spoke to Jesse last year, he discussed the importance of queer perspectives in music.

“We are consumers of music and pop culture, and for myself, I’ve always not felt represented in the media,” he told us. “I’ve always looked at things that were like, gay entertainment, and I was like, ‘That’s not really me, that’s not my gay experience’.

“Once there’s more queer filmmakers, songwriters and musicians, the more likely they are to reach an audience of queer, LGBTQ people and marginalised groups that they can identify with.”

Read our full interview with Jesse Saint John here.