Here is the live performance of "Laserlight"and "Domino" from this concert, which took place at Camden Roundhouse in London. I like this version of "Laserlight" better than the original. To me, it has a nicer sound, and I like how she sang the notes here.
And here is the live performance of "Who You Are" at Camden Roundhouse.
A song I have been listening to recently by Jessie J is "Technology". Here are the lyrics:
This song is about how the people of the present day world are steadily becoming more and more engulfed by technology. We seem to be spending more time facing a screen than looking at a real person. It's ironic that I'm saying this, when I am looking at a screen while typing this. It's as if our world has been transported onto a screen. Since we are social creatures, this lack of face-to-face contact is damaging to us both mentally and emotionally. We are losing contact with the real world, and are instead living in a false, fragile, and superficial world, where things are no longer real. In a way, technology is replacing people. Jessie reflects on this in a clever way through this song. Here, in this video, she sings a live version of the song. She explains the meaning of this song before singing it. I like the outfit she wears in this video. It's a nice violet color, and makes me think of abstract art. After she sings a bit of "Technology", she sings some of "L.O.V.E." as well. "L.O.V.E." is on her album "Who You Are".