Joan Wasser AKA Joan As Police Woman returns with a new single and album. The Deep Field will be the third studio album from Joan as Police Woman and is released on January 24th 2011 through Play It Again Sam.
The first single The Magic will precede the album with a release one week prior to the album. Joan explains the thought behind the track: 'The Magic is about how crazy your head can get when you begin worrying about the future, about the past, about not getting what you want or not getting enough of it.. and once that worry starts it can turn into some serious psychic bad trip!'.
Joan will be in the UK touring the album throughout the start of February, see her at one of these dates:
1st - Oxford Academy
2nd- Brighton Komedia
4th - Nottingham Glee Club
5th - Bristol Thekla
6th - London Barbican
7th - Birmingham Glee Club
9th - Manchester Sound Control
10th - Dublin The Button Factory
11th - Glasgow Oran Mor
12th - Leeds Brudenell Social Club
13th - Portsmouth Wedgewood Rooms
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