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Domestic Sphere

CD - £11.99 | Buy
For her austere new solo album, Domestic Sphere, Josephine Foster performs solely with her electric guitar and then subverts the usual range of her voice to emb...
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lp + download - £19.99 | Buy
cd - £11.99 £5.98
A beautifully observed baroque masterpiece, part dream pop, part futuristic psych-folk with ambient synths and Josephine Foster’s plaintive guitar.
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Blood Rushing (10th anniversary reissue)

lp + download - £17.99
cd - £7.99 | Buy
Tenth anniversary reissue of Josephine Foster’s lauded ninth album ‘Blood Rushing’.
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Graphic as a Star (rsd 21)

Record Store Day 2021 - LP + download (1000 only) - £19.99 | Buy
First time on vinyl for 10 years .
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I’m a Dreamer (2020 reissue)

lp + download - £14.99
I’m A Dreamer from Josephine Foster’s album ‘I’m A Dreamer’ is on the great new Netflix show ‘End Of The F**cking World&rsqu...
There are Eyes Above (first time on vinyl)
  1. One Hundred Songs I Sing
  2. Emily Told Me
  3. Teeter Totter
  4. Little Life
  5. I Am A Guest In Here
  6. Robber Song
  7. Hey Matthew
  8. There Are Eyes Above
  9. Godcake
  10. Yippee I'm Leaving
  11. Two Not One

josephine foster

There are Eyes Above (first time on vinyl)

fire records
  • limited black 10" w/ new artwork + download

    Released: 28th Oct 2022


This super rare collection, originally only released on CDR and sold at shows, remains an essential part of the curious oeuvre of this unique songwriter and singer.

Josephine Foster's peculiar 2000 home recorded debut There Are Eyes Above is an essential introduction to her music that’s unfolded now for over two decades. Released for the first time on vinyl, this limited edition 10-inch pressing comes packaged with brand new artwork and is adorned by one of Josephine’s illustrations. Lo-fi and unaffected by tradition or commercialism these initial recordings are sepia-tinted, folk-art music with powered by uke minimalism; it’s outsider music that still doesn't fit in. Just 30-minutes caught in time before her 2001 follow up Little Life - this humble first incarnation includes here for posterity super personal lullabies and a glimpse into her songwriting evolution. It’s music from an era that only exists in your mind, with a bow to Tin Pan Alley for good measure. “A dissonant soprano and lyrics about benevolence and old-time faith, Foster expertly weaves ancient and modern” The Guardian.