Josienne Clarke Announces New Album, Shares New Song ‘Most of All’

    Josienne Clarke has announced a new album, Parenthesis, I. It arrives May 10 via Corduroy Punk Records. Today, the Scotland-based singer-songwriter has shared the new single ‘Most of All’, alongside an Alec Bowman-Clarke-directed video. Check it out below.

    “It is a licking of wounds and counting of blessings, taking stock and setting straight in my head,” Calrke said in a statement. “It’s one of those songs where I’m a bit exposed and I almost can’t bring myself to share it. Several times I nearly took it off the tracklist, but experience has taught me, those ones end up being among my audience’s favorite songs.”

    Bowman-Clarke added of the visual: “Inspired by Sofia Coppola’s Lost in Translation and tour diaries where you see a bit of each show, I wanted to explore what happens when Josienne isn’t on-stage–behind the scenes of a life and career, dancing tenderly together like an elderly couple at a salsa class who have grown sick of the sight of each other but will remain together until they die.”

    Parenthesis, I Cover Artwork:

    Parenthesis, I Tracklist:

    1. Friendly Teeth
    2. Spherical
    3. Fear Of Falling
    4. Do You Know Now
    5. Looking Glass
    6. Forbearing
    7. Most Of All
    8. Double-Edged Sword
    9. Firecracker
    10. Dead Woman’s Bones
    11. The Calm
    12. Parenthesis, I
    13. Magic Somehow

    Konstantinos Pappis
    Konstantinos Pappis
    Konstantinos Pappis is a writer, journalist, and music editor at Our Culture. His work has also appeared in Pitchfork, GIGsoup, and other publications. He currently lives in Athens, Greece.

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