Grammy-nominated vocalist Jazzmeia Horn‘s new album Dear Love is her first recording with a big band.

According to a media release, Horn’s third recording “brims with the combination of her assured delivery and spoken word segments, deft arrangements and fiery musical ideas.”

For Dear Love, Horn put together a 15-piece ensemble called Noble Force. The band revolves around her regular rhythm section — pianist Keith Brown, bassist Eric Wheeler and drummer Anwar Marshall — along with leadership from alto saxophonist Bruce Williams.

The first single from the album is Lover, Come Back to Me. The tune is a popular standard first published in 1928, and best known for versions by Billie Holiday in the ’40s and Barbra Streisand in the ’60s.