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Joan As Police Woman Announces New LP 'Damned Devotion'

Thursday, 02 November 2017 Written by Huw Baines

Joan As Police Woman will return with a new LP next year.

The follow up to 2014’s ‘The Classic’ is called ‘Damned Devotion’ and is out on February 9. Head below to check out a new song, Warning Bell, and the record’s tracklist following their premiere over at the Line of Best Fit.

'Damned Devotion':

1. Wonderful
2. Warning Bell
3. Tell Me
4. Steed For Jean Genet
5. Damned Devotion
6. The Silence
7. Valid Jogger
8. Rely On
9. What Was It Like
10. Talk About It Later
11. Silly Me
12. I Don't Mind





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