Joan As Police Woman Returns with a New Album and UK Tour

Posted by Bianca on Tuesday Nov 16, 2010 Under Tour Announcements

Joan As Police Woman

The Magic is the first single to be taken from the new JOAN AS POLICE WOMAN album, The Deep Field.

Joan Wasser “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! ”

The new JOAN AS POLICE WOMAN album, The Deep Field begins with the words “I want you to fall in love with me,” and continues to unfurl an unashamed lust for life. It’s unquestionably her best, most significant album yet – in Joan’s own words, “my most open, joyous record.” A rocking, soulful journey, The Deep Field is Joan’s most personal, and her most universal album to date.

Watch Joan Wasser talk about the recording of her new album.

The Deep Field – the title refers to a tiny and far distant part of space – follows the critical and commercial success of her previous albums, Real Life and To Survive and it confirms, if confirmation were needed, that Joan Wasser is a truly original talent; utterly captivating both on record and on stage, Joan returns to the UK in February for an eleven-date tour.


  • 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 –

Metro – ‘Stunning’

Uncut – ‘This is breathtakingly good music’

The Word – ‘Achingly beautiful….Joan Wasser is a huge talent’

Mojo – ‘full of meditative beauty…ravishing and lovelorn’

Sunday Times – Pop CD of the Week – ‘Sensational.’

The Sun – ‘Joan joins the dots between icons like Billie Holliday and more modern stylists like Joni Mitchell. Yes, she’s that good.’

The Guardian -‘a voice so wondrous and moving that it makes everyone else’s seem ordinary and mundane’

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