Jane Weaver releases new single ‘Heartlow’ with new music video by Douglas Hart

Jane Weaver continues to galvanize with the opening salvo from her new album ‘Flock’, the euphoric ‘Heartlow’ is a generous slice of chiming positivity, an air-punching, swivel-hipped pop groove with new music video from musician and filmmaker Douglas Hart (The Jesus and Mary Chain).

Produced on a complicated diet of bygone Lebanese torch songs, 1980’s Russian Aerobics records and Australian Punk.

The musician’s exposure to an abundance of lost records served as a reminder that you still feel like an outsider in this world and that by overcoming fears you can achieve artistic freedom.

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Heartlow is my attempt at an uplifting tragi-pop parade for the trials of modern times disguised as a homage to a lost generation of misfit girl groop records. Written in hibernation in an out of season French coastal town surrounded by ancient stone circles and arthurian forests.

Jane Weaver

‘Flock’ is the album Jane always wanted to make, the most genuine version of Jane Weaver, complete with unpretentious Day-Glo pop sensibilities, wit, kindness, humour, glamour…

Still prevalent are the cosmic sounds but ‘Flock’ is a natural rebellion to the recent releases which sees her decidedly move away from conceptual roots in favour of writing pop music.

Jane Weaver’s new album ‘Flock’ is released on 5th March 2021.

The sonic explorer sets off for fresh aural pastures with an offbeat funk sensibility, a kind of George Clinton stomp allied to her synth workouts.


Jane Weaver ‘Flock’