Jane Weaver released her latest album ‘Flock’ last month (5th March 2021) and has now announced that she will be promoting the release by heading out on a 13 date UK winter tour.
You can purchase the ‘Flock’ album HERE.
Abusing, evading, and obliterating 20 years of whimsical pop trends, Jane Weaver’s experience as a truly independent and resilient songwriter and sound-carrier commands respect and inspiration in equal measures.
New album ‘Flock’ (who you can listen to/purchase HERE) is the record that she always wanted to make, the most genuine version of Jane Weaver, complete with unpretentious Day-Glo pop sensibilities, wit, kindness, humour and glamour.
Weaver’s first album, ‘Like An Aspen Leaf’, was released back in 2002. It followed a number of singles and it featured contributions from Andy Votel, Dave Tyack, Rick Tomlinson (Voice of the Seven Woods), Sam Yates, Naomi Hart and two members of Elbow, Craig Potter and Richard Jupp.
Coldplay’s song ‘Another’s Arms’, from ‘Ghost Stories’, features a vocal sample from ‘The Fallen By Watchbird’ album track, ‘Silver Chord’. Weaver said that Chris Martin telephoned her directly for permission to use it.
As an unshakable figure in the UK’s experimental pop music landscape Jane’s self-propelled career has in recent years reached a critical zenith with unanimous praise for her work.
Raised on the enthusiasm and inspiration of Factory records founder Rob Gretton and counting Doves and Elbow as her early backing bands, Jane’s desire to cultivate and promote Manchester’s lesser-documented female musicians lead to her long-running Bird records imprint (releasing the earliest recordings of Cate Le Bon, Beth Jeans Houghton and Maxine Peake) housed in the anti-office of Andy Votel’s Twisted Nerve label.
For further information, visit janeweavermusic.com
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