LISTEN: Clarice Jensen album announced with a first track stream
26th Feb 2020

Recent signing Clarice Jensen‘s first album for us is announced today with a first streaming single. ‘The experience of repetition as death’ will be released on vinyl, CD and digital formats on April 3rd. In advance of that and a North American tour supporting A Winged Victory For The Sullen, you can listen to ‘Metastable’, a first track from the album.

An amazing performer and versatile collaborator, Clarice has serious pedigree. The Brooklyn-based cellist has worked with several of our dear friends, playing on Max Richter’s ‘Sleep’ LP and Jóhann Jóhannsson’s ‘Orphee’; as well as on Dustin O’Halloran’s ‘Opus 28′ track from our ‘Transcendentalism’ EP. Clarice has also recorded/performed for a host of artists including Björk, Stars of the Lid, Joanna Newsom, Nico Muhly, Owen Pallett, Arcade Fire, Jónsi, Tyondai Braxton, Dirty Projectors, Blonde Redhead, Frightened Rabbit, Beirut, and Nick Cave.

‘The experience of repetition as death’ is a warm, deep and cyclical album that explores notions of repetition in both its conceptual underpinning and musical structure. You can read more about the album and preorder it here.