JARBOE Signs With SEASON OF MIST

France's Season Of Mist has announced the signing of the American singer, songwriter, and keyboardist Jarboe. Her new album, entitled "Mahakali", will be released in Europe on October 13.

Jarboe said in a statement: "It is exciting to be working with Season Of Mist — as the heart of my work has found its pulse in Europe. I look forward to performing in Europe again for the places and people who have informed and deeply enriched my life throughout my career as a musician."

Jarboe (also known as the Living Jarboe) came to prominence in the mid-1980s with the New York City-based group SWANS. With founder Michael Gira, she was the core of SWANS until the group broke up in 1997. Jarboe has since released several solo albums and collaborations.

For more information, visit www.thelivingjarboe.com.

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