Josienne Clarke – ‘Most Of All’

Josienne Clarke releases the poignant prelude ‘Most Of All’ from her anticipated Album Parenthesis, I

Josienne Clarke - 'Most Of All'
Josienne Clarke image via Alec Bowman Clarke

Rising Scottish artist Josienne Clarke pulls back the curtain on her forthcoming album Parenthesis, I, slated for release in mid-May through Corduroy Punk Records.

In her first single since her 2023 album Onliness, Josienne Clarke lays bare her life’s narrative in five verses. Crafting a confessional folk ballad that resonates with its arpeggiated melodies and heartfelt lyrics, the song serves as a poignant reflection on wounds healed, blessings counted, and a profound self-assessment.

Clarke shares:

“It is a licking of wounds and counting of blessings, taking stock and setting straight in my head. It’s one of those songs where I’m a bit exposed and I almost can’t bring myself to share it. Several times I nearly took it off the tracklist, but experience has taught me, those ones end up being among my audience’s favorite songs.”

The tender lead single, ‘Most Of All,’ is out now. Parenthesis, I is due out May 10, 2024, via Corduroy Punk.

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