Album artwork for Big Sigh by Marika Hackman
Album artwork for Big Sigh by Marika Hackman
Album artwork for Big Sigh by Marika Hackman
Album artwork for Big Sigh by Marika Hackman
Album artwork for Big Sigh by Marika Hackman

Big Sigh brings together the best of Marika’s previous works as an indie musician and adds a new layer of epic sounds and full-bodied production. Big Sigh is the “hardest record” Marika has ever made. As the title suggest, it is a relief of sorts – of sadness, of stress and lust, but mostly relief. Co-produced with Sam Petts Davies (Frank Ocean, Radiohead, Red Hot Chilli Peppers) and Charlie Andrew (Alt J, Wolf Alice, London Grammar). Lyrically there’s always romance alongside grief, with elements of vulnerability and feeling trapped.

“This album took a long time to make. It was not easy, and by the time I got to the end of it I was quiet. I wanted to be away from it and let it sit in its own space. Now the dust has settled and I’ve got re-enter the world of Big Sigh, and I’m excited. Stepping into a new world, moving forward, chipping away. Breathe in, breathe out. Big sigh.”

Marika Hackman

Big Sigh

Chrysalis
Album artwork for Big Sigh by Marika Hackman
LP +

£25.99

exclusivesigned

With Limited Edition Signed and Numbered Hand Blood Red Printed Lino Print

Green
Rough Trade Exclusive
Signed Copy
Limited to 100 copies
Released 12/01/2024Catalogue Number

BRVRT106-2

Album artwork for Big Sigh by Marika Hackman
LP +

£25.99

exclusivesigned

With Limited Edition Signed and Numbered Hand Blue Printed Lino Print

Green
Rough Trade Exclusive
Signed Copy
Limited to 100 copies
Released 12/01/2024Catalogue Number

BRVRT106-3

Album artwork for Big Sigh by Marika Hackman
LP

£24.99

With Standard Print

Black
Released 12/01/2024Catalogue Number

BRV106

Album artwork for Big Sigh by Marika Hackman
LP +

£25.99

exclusivesigned

With Limited Edition Signed and Numbered Hand Printed Lino Print

Green
Rough Trade Exclusive
Signed Copy
Limited to 100 copies
Released 12/01/2024Catalogue Number

BRVRT106

Album artwork for Big Sigh by Marika Hackman
LP +

£27.99

With Standard Print

Green
Released 12/01/2024Catalogue Number

BRVC106

Album artwork for Big Sigh by Marika Hackman
CD

£11.99

With Booklet

Released 12/01/2024Catalogue Number

BRC106

Marika Hackman

Big Sigh

Chrysalis
Album artwork for Big Sigh by Marika Hackman
LP +

£25.99

exclusivesigned

With Limited Edition Signed and Numbered Hand Blood Red Printed Lino Print

Green
Rough Trade Exclusive
Signed Copy
Limited to 100 copies
Released 12/01/2024Catalogue Number

BRVRT106-2

Album artwork for Big Sigh by Marika Hackman
LP +

£25.99

exclusivesigned

With Limited Edition Signed and Numbered Hand Blue Printed Lino Print

Green
Rough Trade Exclusive
Signed Copy
Limited to 100 copies
Released 12/01/2024Catalogue Number

BRVRT106-3

Album artwork for Big Sigh by Marika Hackman
LP

£24.99

With Standard Print

Black
Released 12/01/2024Catalogue Number

BRV106

Album artwork for Big Sigh by Marika Hackman
LP +

£25.99

exclusivesigned

With Limited Edition Signed and Numbered Hand Printed Lino Print

Green
Rough Trade Exclusive
Signed Copy
Limited to 100 copies
Released 12/01/2024Catalogue Number

BRVRT106

Album artwork for Big Sigh by Marika Hackman
LP +

£27.99

With Standard Print

Green
Released 12/01/2024Catalogue Number

BRVC106

Album artwork for Big Sigh by Marika Hackman
CD

£11.99

With Booklet

Released 12/01/2024Catalogue Number

BRC106

Big Sigh brings together the best of Marika’s previous works as an indie musician and adds a new layer of epic sounds and full-bodied production. Big Sigh is the “hardest record” Marika has ever made. As the title suggest, it is a relief of sorts – of sadness, of stress and lust, but mostly relief. Co-produced with Sam Petts Davies (Frank Ocean, Radiohead, Red Hot Chilli Peppers) and Charlie Andrew (Alt J, Wolf Alice, London Grammar). Lyrically there’s always romance alongside grief, with elements of vulnerability and feeling trapped.

“This album took a long time to make. It was not easy, and by the time I got to the end of it I was quiet. I wanted to be away from it and let it sit in its own space. Now the dust has settled and I’ve got re-enter the world of Big Sigh, and I’m excited. Stepping into a new world, moving forward, chipping away. Breathe in, breathe out. Big sigh.”