The new JOAN AS POLICE WOMAN album, The Deep Field begins with the words “I want you to fall in love with me,” and continues to unfurl an unashamed lust for life. It’s unquestionably her best, most significant album yet – in Joan’s own words, “my most open, joyous record.” A rocking, soulful journey, The Deep Field is Joan’s most personal, and her most universal album to date.


In March this year, Joan Wasser (aka Joan As Police Woman) returned to Trout Studio in Brooklyn to begin recording The Deep Field with ‘friend and collaborator in sound’, Bryce Goggin.  It was the same studio Joan used to record her first two albums and Trout once again became a hub for a cast of musicians and friends eager to play their part, “I am lucky, living in New York City and playing in so many different situations; I get to choose from the creamiest of the crop. All total bad-ass free-thinkers!”


The Deep Field – the title refers to a tiny and far distant part of space –  follows the critical and commercial success of her previous albums, Real Life and To Survive and it confirms, if confirmation were needed, that Joan Wasser is a truly original talent; utterly captivating both on record and on stage, Joan returns to the UK and Europe for a soon to be announced tour in early 2011.


The Deep Field – Tracklisting:

1-  Nervous    2- The Magic    3- Action Man    4- Flash     5- Run For Love     6- Human Condition    7- Kiss The Specifics    8- Chemmie    9- Forever And A Year     10- I Was Everyone

Praise for Joan  As  Police Woman:

Metro – ‘Stunning’

Uncut – ‘This is breathtakingly good music’

Q – ‘To Survive is further testament to Joan Wasser’s intoxicating talents’

The Word – ‘Achingly beautiful….Joan Wasser is a huge talent’

Mojo – ‘full of meditative beauty…ravishing and lovelorn’

Sunday Times – Pop CD of the Week – ‘Sensational.’

The Sun – ‘Joan joins the dots between icons like Billie Holliday and more modern stylists like Joni Mitchell. Yes, she’s that good.’

The Observer – ‘Soulful Perfection’

The Guardian –‘a voice so wondrous and moving that it makes everyone else’s seem ordinary and mundane’ 07803 500 818




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