A new EP trilogy combining pagan archetypes with modern political tales.
"My mum once said - 'Every day I get up, feeling like the same person I have always been, then I look in the mirror and think, who is this bloody old woman staring at me?'. It was a
humourous comment but it made me realise the extent to which we are trained to alter the kinds of perception we have of ourselves, or of others, to go with appearances" - Jordan Reyne.
In contrast to the wisdom bestowed on the old in the past, we often overlook those above a certain age. In modern society, people gain our attention by being deemed attractive or useful , and we too often judge the old as neither.
The flipside of being off the radar is the freedom to say what you like. The Crone is a very political figure. She is forthright because nothing is expected of her. She can demand change cos she has little to lose.
“May just be making the most important sound of this year. ...simply stunning. A thoroughly unique work of art from start to finish... Whether by hook or crook, you MUST own this album. RATING -5 / 5” BBC Channel 4 (UK)
"It's hard to categorise music this original - PJ Harey springs to mind, but the style is 100% Jordan's... Her vocals are astounding".The Mix (UK)
“One of this country's most gifted, probing and intelligent writers. A dark, emotionally intense and musically arresting concept album... delivered in lean poetry and electrifying folknoir. An impressive achievement” - Graham Reid, Elsewhere (New Zealand)