Joan As Policewoman collaborates with Rufus Wainwright on new album

Singer-songwriter will preview record at intimate gig

Joan As Policewoman has announced the details of her second album, ‘To Survive’.

The album, the follow-up to her debut, 2006’s ‘Real Life’, is preceded by a single, ‘To Be Loved’.

The trio will also preview the album, which features Rufus Wainwright on its closing track, at an intimate gig at the Freedom Studio at London’s Roundhouse on April 17.


‘To Survive’ is out on June 9, while ‘To Be Loved’ precedes it on June 2.

The album’s tracklisting is:

‘Honor Wishes’


‘To Be Loved’


‘To Be Lonely’


‘Start Of My Heart’

‘Hard White Wall’


‘To Survive’

‘To America’

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