Johanna Warren is a nomadic multi-instrumentalist and producer who began her career as a singer/songwriter in the Brooklyn-based psych folk band Sticklips. The group released two albums before disbanding in 2012, and after a stint performing backup vocals for Iron & Wine, Warren self-released her debut solo album, Fates, in 2013.
Warren has toured perpetually for the last seven years, but life on the road hasn’t slowed her output. In 2015, she released her acclaimed sophomore LP nūmūn on Team Love Records, propelling her to the forefront of artists to watch in the second half of the decade.
The following year, Warren announced a twin set of albums. Each song on Gemini I corresponds with a song on Gemini II, which debuted later in 2018. The two albums are in conversation with one another, offering up a character sketch of dueling personalities vying for acceptance.
With the release of Gemini II, Warren embarked on her extensive Plant Medicine Tour, on which she invited local herbalists and farmers to come share resources and knowledge at her shows. In the spare moments between tour stops, Warren recorded her latest album in studios across the United States. Entirely self-produced, Chaotic Good is Warren’s first album for Wax Nine/Carpark and it is her boldest to date, finding her in a state of transition as she introduces listeners to a new phase of her artistry.
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