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Big Joanie


Daydream Library


Released: 19th Jul 2019


limited transparent purple lp + zine

Released: 21st Jun 2019


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Released: 30th Nov 2018


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Like a 60’s girl group played through a filter of Riot Grrrl, Big Joanie build a series of big moments on top of simple, catchy melodies and dynamic, slashing riffs – ‘Fall Asleep’ showed the power of their collision of grunge, punk and harmonies, and “Sistahs” continues that to its logical conclusion.

Big Joanie formed in 2013, an integral part of London’s thriving DIY punk scene. Inspired by The Ronettes, Nirvana, Breeders and Jesus and Mary Chain, they recorded ‘Sistahs’ over several sessions – the album title derives from the band’s belief in sisterhood and female friendship. One of the main reasons for coming together was to create an atmosphere to be “completely ourselves as black women and discover what was possible to realise in those spaces.”



  1. New Year
  2. Fall Asleep
  3. Used To Be Friends
  4. Eyes
  5. Way Out
  6. Down Down
  7. Tell A Lie
  8. Token
  9. It's You
  10. How Could You Love Me
  11. Cut Your Hair