Jane Weaver reveals new album ‘Love In Constant Spectacle’. Listen to the new single ‘Perfect Storm’

Recalibrating her singular journey in the British musical landscape with her most open-hearted, direct and intimate collection of material yet. Jane Weaver returns with brand new album ‘Love In Constant Spectacle’  set for release on 5th April via Fire Records.

“An artist at the top of her game” NPR

Weaver’s new album evokes spectacular imagery and distils the artists’ vision in its purest form, elevating her inimitable sound and poetic vision to new heights. Recapturing the melancholy of her early work whilst propelling it forward, she sketches scenes as we watch new colours, shapes and languages emerge and fill the frame. ‘Love In Constant Spectacle’  is Weaver’s first album since 2021’s unanimously lauded ‘Flock’  and sees her take measured steps towards a vivid, dreamlike record, that offers resolve in the face of life’s inevitability.

Originating from an arpeggiated loop, album opener and new single ‘Perfect Storm’  conjures little scenes, vignettes of someone frantic, who can foresee something unfortunate on the horizon. Floating into consciousness with a subliminal and meandering groove, there’s a captivating ambience as we ascend on our journey.

“A lot of the album’s themes stem from interpretation and translation, observations and emotional cues. I love the nuances in translation on foreign film subtitles, sometimes it’s exaggerated or more beautiful, stand-alone statements that don’t make sense but when accompanied by a visual image, we can see the scene play out”
Jane Weaver

The foundations of Weaver’s sound are still evident – lush motorik drums, pulsating bass, custom modded synths and exotic fuzz pedals – but the stream is awash with scrabble piece poetry and Letraset lullabies leading to lush escapism, the free abandon that you’d associate with free jazz and the avant-garde. But, as determined and visionary as Weaver might be, ‘Love In Constant Spectacle’  wasn’t executed without assistance. Here we find a long mooted unison with Jane’s first ever producer, John Parish (PJ Harvey, Aldous Harding), who has shared Weaver’s process in the surrounds of Rockfield Studios and Geoff Barrow’s Invada Studio. Pouring all her resources, in multiple contexts, has paid-off before the needle drops.

For a musician who has persistently created her own worlds, this new album may be more conceptual in its execution than initially meets the eye. Taking cues from international cinema, it sees Jane experimenting with new writing techniques through randomizing and translating language. More escapist than its predecessor, it draws on themes of mortality and fragility, of how we ground and prepare ourself for loss. This is all framed within its own universe, where themes are articulated through abstract means, where language is cut up and reconfigured to offer new perspectives on the experiences that shape us.

‘Love In Constant Spectacle’  is otherworldly, it is both intimate yet distant, a surrealist interpretation of the foundations that make us human – the stories and landscapes it paints are habitats of their own. A voyage into undisclosed pastures, it’s a heartfelt manifesto from an artist that continues to boundlessly evolve with each chapter in her career.

“Genuinely different and exhilarating” ★★★★ The Guardian


‘Love In Constant Spectacle’ is out 5th April. Available for pre-order in Deluxe Edition Cold Foil Gold Effect/Gloss Sleeve with Reverse Die Cut Sleeve, Rough Trade Exclusive in Clear Vinyl with Reverse Die Cut Sleeve, Classic Black Vinyl with Reverse Die Cut Sleeve & Gatefold CD.


Jane Weaver Artist Page

2024 Tour
10 April: Rough Trade East, London (Acoustic + Signing)
18 April: Brudenell Social Club, Leeds, UK
19 April: Trinity Centre, Bristol , UK
20 April: Arts Club, Liverpool, UK
21 April: Castle & Falcon, Birmingham, UK
23 April: Oran Mor, Glasgow, UK
24 April: The Glasshouse, Gateshead, UK
26 April: Band on the Wall, Manchester, UK
28 April: Rescue Rooms, Nottingham, UK
29 April: Junction, Cambridge, UK
30 April: Wedgewood Rooms , Portsmouth, UK
01 May: Brighton, Concorde 2, UK
02 May: Scala, London, UK
09 May: Whelan’s, Dublin, Ireland
10 May: Róisín Dubh, Galway, Ireland
11 May: Dolans, Limerick, Ireland
12 May: Ulster Sports Bar, Belfast, UK
23-26 May: Bearded Theory, Catton Hill, Derbyshire, UK


Jane Weaver ‘Love In Constant Spectacle’