Jane Weaver’s new album ‘Love In Constant Spectacle’ is out now

Jane Weaver broadens her sonic palette with new album ‘Love In Constant Spectacle’  out now on Fire Records. Recalibrating her singular journey in the British musical landscape with her most open-hearted, direct and intimate collection of material yet. 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.

“Taking in acid folk, space rock, eerie, drifting electronic experimentation, hypnotic, vaguely krautrock-y instrumentals and full-on pop… Jane Weaver never makes the same album twice”  The Guardian

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. ‘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.

‘Love In Constant Spectacle’ is out now. Available 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 (in conversation + acoustic + signing)
18 April: Brudenell Social Club, Leeds, UK  w/ Ad Waith
19 April: Trinity Centre, Bristol , UK w/ Ad Waith
20 April: Arts Club, Liverpool, UK w/ Ad Waith
21 April: Castle & Falcon, Birmingham, UK  w/ Ad Waith
23 April: Oran Mor, Glasgow, UK w/ Ad Waith
24 April: The Glasshouse, Gateshead, UK w/ Ad Waith
26 April: New Century Hall, Manchester, UK w/ Halo Maud
28 April: Rescue Rooms, Nottingham, UK w/ Halo Maud
29 April: Junction, Cambridge, UK w/ Halo Maud
30 April: Wedgewood Rooms , Portsmouth, UK w/ Halo Maud
01 May: Brighton, Concorde 2, UK w/ Halo Maud
02 May: Scala, London, UK  w/ Ad Waith & Halo Maud
09 May: Whelan’s, Dublin, Ireland w/ Laura Duff
10 May: Róisín Dubh, Galway, Ireland w/ Laura Duff
11 May: Dolans, Limerick, Ireland w/ Laura Duff
12 May: Ulster Sports Bar, Belfast, UK w/ Laura Duff
23-26 May: Bearded Theory, Catton Hill, Derbyshire, UK


Taking in acid folk, space rock, eerie, drifting electronic experimentation, hypnotic, vaguely krautrock-y instrumentals and full-on pop

The Guardian


NY Times

Jane Weaver ‘Love In Constant Spectacle’



Psychedelia meets electro-folk meets romantic indie... it’s undeniably moving

★★★★ Financial Times

Jane Weaver’s winning streak continues

★★★★ The Line Of Best Fit

Drawing on her broadest sonic palette yet, Love In Constant Spectacle finds Jane Weaver at her most compelling and her most personal… an illustration of progress over reinvention.

The Quietus - Album Of The Week

Stylish electronic psych-pop

★★★★ Uncut


★★★★★ Shindig

A gentle motorik groove that really highlights Weaver’s serene vocals.. a bit of Nico, Broadcast, and Melody’s Echo Chamber.



★★★★ The Artsdesk

Finely honed...a gorgeous interplay between ethereal electronic sounds