Joan As Police Woman – Long For Ruin –
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Joan As Police Woman – Long For Ruin

Joan As Police Woman – Long For Ruin

Joan As Police Woman, the veteran rock artist with a three-decade-long career, unveils “Long For Ruin,” the lead single from her forthcoming tenth studio album “Lemons, Limes & Orchids,” due out September 20 via Play It Again Sam. This album features a star-studded lineup with Meshell Ndegeocello on bass, Chris Bruce on guitar, Daniel Mintseris on keys, and drummers Parker Kindred and Otto Hauser.

Joan has emphasized that this album showcases her voice more prominently, with the basics recorded live alongside the band. According to Joan, this approach has resulted in what her friend describes as her “sexiest album” to date.

“Long For Ruin” is a sultry and soulful track that delves into the human race’s self-destructive tendencies and our collective drift away from compassion and communication. Joan’s lyrical poignancy and the rich, live instrumentation make this a standout single, setting high expectations for the rest of the album.

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