Artist Spotlight Releases

Josienne Clarke – A Small Unknowable Thing

The second solo album from the award-winning singer-songwriter.

For the first time since her early beginnings, Josienne Clarke is flying solo. No label, no musical partner, no producer. Clarke is in complete control of her songwriting, arranging, producing, release schedule and musical direction. 

A Small Unknowable Thing doesn’t hold back but it never loses its perfect control”  – Mojo Magazine

A Small Unknowable Thing travels from despair to hope. While the themes might feel familiar to her many fans, the musical journey will not, with Clarke taking in a wide range of new and diverse influences across the album’s 14 tracks – from Adrianne Lenker’s ‘Hours Were The Birds’, IDLES’ ‘Colossus’, Radiohead’s ‘Airbag’ to Phoebe Bridgers ‘Garden Song’, The Beastie Boys’ ‘Remote Control’ and Sandy Denny’s ‘Listen, Listen’ and more, the album’s touchstones span a vast musical collage of anger and hope. Read more here.

Stream / buy the album here.