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‘She has a rare mix of delicacy and boldness. Sheer perfection.’ 

Dave Gelly - The Guardian

Jo Harrop possesses one of the most distinctive voices in contemporary jazz, yet she has soul running through her veins. The Path Of A Tear, Harrop’s superb fourth album on Lateralize Records to be released in June 2024, suggests an artist determined to keep moving forward as she dives into unchartered musical waters.

Recorded in Los Angeles with legendary producer Larry Klein (best-known for his groundbreaking work with a host of iconic artists including Joni Mitchell and Herbie Hancock), The Path Of A Tear is an ear-watering slice of mid-70s soul with a sublime shot of jazz and a subtle twist of Americana.

Having won widespread critical acclaim for her last two albums, The Heart Wants and When Winter Turns To Spring, The Path Of A Tear sees Jo finding her voice as a writer with elegant, confessional songs of unflinching honesty. Few artists can convey the depth of emotion she evokes every time she opens her heart to sing. Her songs are where she lives. Music is a form of catharsis for Jo Harrop, an award-winning artist who would rather show you her battle scars than her trophies.

joharrop.com


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