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Self Esteem

Prioritise Pleasure

fiction



Limited Edition Gold LP + Sleeve w/ Gold Foil Lettering (pre-order)

Expected Release: 22nd Oct 2021

£21.99


LP (pre-order)

Expected Release: 22nd Oct 2021

£18.99


CD (pre-order)

Expected Release: 22nd Oct 2021

£12.99


self esteem instore & signing

thursday 28th october 2021 – 6:30pm

(all ages - under 14s can come for free)

preorder any format above with "instore entry" for guaranteed entry!

we would strongly encourage everyone to do a lateral flow test before attending (but it will not be a requirement for entry).

The follow up to Self Esteem’s acclaimed 2019 debut album Compliments Please, Prioritise Pleasure is a record that reminds us all of the importance of being our unapologetic selves, putting your insecurities out there in the hope that it can be the first step towards healing them. Honest disclosure has always been Self Esteem’s forte, and so each track on Prioritise Pleasure handles difficult themes with nuanced perspective, comforted and counter-balanced with an array of rhythmic flourishes that speak to the eclecticism of her experience and influence. Having allowed itself grace, Prioritise Pleasure is also a record of great joy. Working again with trusted producer Johan Karlberg [of afro-fusion trio The Very Best], it was stitched together throughout the pandemic in chunked sessions, the time between each batch encouraging Taylor to fully flesh out her ideas. With Prioritise Pleasure, Self Esteem comes one step closer to reminding listeners – and herself – that true success begins and ends with self-acceptance, telling your story in the way that only you can.

Prioritise Pleasure

Tracklist

  1. I’m Fine
  2. Fucking Wizardry
  3. Hobbies 2
  4. Prioritise Pleasure
  5. I Do This All The Time
  6. Moody
  7. Still Reigning
  8. How Can I Help You
  9. It’s Been A While
  10. The 345
  11. John Elton
  12. You Forever
  13. Just Kids