Zola Jesus announces new album 'Taiga'

Nika Roza Danilova will release her fourth LP this October

Zola Jesus announces new album 'Taiga'

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Zola Jesus has announced her new album 'Taiga'.

The electro-goth singer released her third LP 'Conatus' in 2011 and the 'Versions' reworkings album last year, which featured one new track, 'Fall Back'. 'Taiga' will come out this October and has been teased with a 50 second long video which you can watch below.

In 2012 she revealed she was finding it stressful not being able to work on new material due to her touring commitments, saying: "I'm starting to feel a little overwhelmed with ideas. It's been getting a little stressful knowing I still have so much touring to do when I feel my ideas are starting to fill me up."

The singer, real name Nika Roza Danilova, previously told NME that she had changed her songwriting approach for 'Conatus' following her 2010 album 'Stridulum II', revealing: "I wanted to bring back that experimental nature which I had previously in my music and mix that with 'Stridulum II', which was really well produced, and get back that sense of wonder."


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