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TCYK

JoJo Worthington

JoJo Worthington’s latest project, TCYK (The Company You Keep), is a celebration of her diverse strengths. This succinct powerhouse of an album, co-produced with William Crann, is a magnificently textured exploration of Worthington’s experience as a woman navigating tumultuous relationships. Orchestral and electronic sounds blend, creating serene walls of sound that compliment intimate narratives. Within only a handful of songs, Worthington presents a whole body of feeling. Listeners are guided through conflicts between ephemeral lovers, distant friends, the human and divine. However, TCYK is ultimately a celebration our attempts at connection, as Worthington asserts: “we need to stabilize”—a rallying cry for mutual support between sexes.

Ceaselessly engaging, deeply affecting, and always forging deeper into the unknown, JoJo Worthington is one of the most forward-thinking musicians of her generation.
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JoJo Worthington

"Whether or not you believe in a divine architect, there’s a sublime spiritual presence in JoJo Worthington’s album ‘\ \’ (Two Lines), which will move the hardest of hearts.

The ambiguous beauty of her rural Canadian homeland, with its contrasting harsh peaks and luscious greenery is embodied here in each track. Ukulele dances playfully alongside a grave, foreboding cello and the bluster of stormy brass as if there is nothing to fear in the darkness of their shadow. Worthington’s voice is strong and nimble, treading softly at first through the title song then bounding the rougher, rockier edge to the summit with determination." - Gold Flake Paint
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JoJo Worthington

"On JoJo Worthington’s January full-length release, 7: Let’s just say I did not know a ukulele could do that.

Worthington’s inventive use of the ukulele combined with her soft yet poignant voice and an ear for building up songs using both instruments and their players in the most aurally pleasing fashion makes for a divine listening experience.

The album is titled 7, the number of completion, Worthington notes. She says, 'the album represents a journey of finding completion and satisfaction in life. As the audience progresses through each song, my hopes is for the listener to find some type of satisfaction and reassurance, contentment or a sigh of relief.'"- Griffin Elliot - The Scene Magazine
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Palingenesia

JoJo Worthington

JoJo Worthington is a ghost of Christmas' past. Recollecting memories of a joyous, yet complicated season. This melancholy, yet hopeful song asks the question: what has Christmas become? Worthington answers in a chorus of voices, bringing us back to its true meaning - palingenesia - the renewal of all things.
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SMALL ENCOUNTERS

JoJo Worthington

"SMALL ENCOUNTERS", is JoJo Worthington's the second single from her newest work, "TCYK". This intimate track, recorded in the woods of Salmon Lake, Ontario, illuminates the fleeting momentary encounters of one night stands. The result of this frustration is a haunting chorus in a spectre of drunk nights and small encounters.
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STABILIZE

JoJo Worthington

‘STABILIZE' ,explores mutual support among the sexes, while also touching on the theme of mental health.Going into detail about the single, JoJo explains how this “is a song that asks for community and support in order to help those around us who are affected by mental illness.”

“In another parallel, it also pleads for mutual support among the sexes…to come together and “Stabilize” the world around us.”

"JoJo Worthington's Stabilize is the kind of pop track I can really get behind. It's multifaceted, layered, and has some great instrumentation littered throughout." - Adam Carter - CBC Radio
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