Jessica Winter’s new EP ‘Limerence’ is out now

"It’s born from both healing and frustration," she says of the release.
Photo: Patrick Gunning

Jessica Winter has released her new EP ‘Limerence’.

Out via Lucky Number, it follows on from her singles ‘Choreograph’, ‘Funk This Up’, and ‘Clutter’ – and you can read all about it in the March issue of Dork, ‘FYI’.

“Limerence has been a part of a broader narrative in my life,” she says, “recognising how patterns around love and addiction have hurt me and the people around me. It’s born from both healing and frustration – an admission of the ways fear can govern our lives even in the most subtle ways.”

Check out the EP below, and catch Jessica live supporting Rebecca Black at London, Heaven (10th February) and Bristol, Thekla (11th).

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