Jesca Hoop – Stone Child : Exclusive White & Black Marble Numbered Vinyl LP in Mirror Board Sleeve plus Signed Art Print plus Flexidisc*DINKED EXCLUSIVE 015


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Jesca Hoop
 Memphis Industries Records

to just 600 copies

  • Mirror board sleeve
  • Signed 12 x 12 lyrical scrawl art print, by Jesca
  • White and black 180g marble vinyl
  • An exclusive flexidisc featuring non-album song “Waking Andreas”
  • numbered


Track List
1. Free of the Feeling (ft. Lucius

2. Shoulder Charge (ft. Lucius)

3. Old Fear of Father
4. Footfall to the Path
5. Death Row
6. Red White and Black
7. 01 Tear
8. All Time Low
9. Outside of Eden (ft. Kate Stables and Justis)
10. Passage’s End
11. Time Capsule

A culmination of life and musical experience, uncompromising in
its vision, STONECHILD, the new studio album from Jesca Hoop is
a self-described “compassion project.”
Released on July 5th by Memphis Industries, STONECHILD is
Hoop refined and defined. Beautiful, subtle and stark, her fifth
album, the follow up to 2017’s highly acclaimed ‘Memories Are
Now’, is her best yet.
Despite being a long-term resident of Manchester, Hoop, has
until now, returned to her native California to record. This time
round however, “it was” according to Hoop “time to step out of
my comfort zone, my safe place”, venturing south to Bristol to
team up with producer John Parish (PJ Harvey, Aldous Harding,
This is the Kit). Parish’s minimal and purist approach helped
clarify Hoop in her ideas and subtly yet effectively realigning her
sound. The simplified arrangements draw focus to the
fundamental sophistication of the songs.
While Hoop’s trademark finger-plucked guitar and ethereal
textures remain, the songs and their presentation are ever more
direct. Parish “was a gentle collaborator until he killed one of my
darlings” Hoop jests. “I’ve never been so brutally edited, and I
wasn’t shy about expressing my discomfort at the sight of my
work on the cutting room floor. He said, you will forgive me, and
in some way, I think I actually enjoyed that treatment…being
stripped back to the bare basics…albeit painfully”. STONECHILD
ventures further into fresh territory with other voices joining the
narrative, with Kate Stables (aka This is the Kit) Rozi Plain and
Lucius singing the choruses and expanding the sensual depth of
the sonic bloom.
STONECHILD, Hoop says, is intended to “wrap its arms around
our human planet spinning in its increasingly precarious
wobble”. These rich and curious songs derived from themes of
our troubled times speak Hoop’s heart and mind from her
empathetic yet tough loving centre point. With writing so fluid,
so natural the result is an album where everything is truly



Additional Information

Weight 550 g