Album artwork for Born Heller by Born Heller

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1000 pressed. Josephine Foster’s stunning collaboration with Jason Ajemian. Back on vinyl for the first time in over 16 years, this special edition features liner notes from former Chicago reader journalist Peter Margasak and new artwork. A “remarkable... terrifyingly beautiful nightmare” (Pitchfork ★★★★) of new folk, circa 2004. A minimal serenade for austere times; an off-kilter romance of voice and instrument compared to the brevity of early Bjork, featuring Foster’s fragile, hushed vocal, straight from old weird America, brought to life by way of Ajemian’s bowed bass and effects, with a nod to the traditional English folk of yore in its construction. “Arrestingly bare.” Tiny Mix Tapes.

Born Heller

Born Heller

Fire Records
Album artwork for Born Heller by Born Heller
LP

$29.99

signed
Black
Signed Copy
Limited to 1000 copies
Released 04/22/2023Catalog Number

FIRR427.1

Born Heller

Born Heller

Fire Records
Album artwork for Born Heller by Born Heller
LP

$29.99

signed
Black
Signed Copy
Limited to 1000 copies
Released 04/22/2023Catalog Number

FIRR427.1

This product is an Unofficial Record Store Day title in the U.S. and not available to pre-order.

Available to buy in-store from 04/22/2023 (Record Store Day).
Remaining copies will be available to buy online from 8am, 04/23/2023.

Don’t forget: Click 'Notify Me' to be the first to know about its availability online.

1000 pressed. Josephine Foster’s stunning collaboration with Jason Ajemian. Back on vinyl for the first time in over 16 years, this special edition features liner notes from former Chicago reader journalist Peter Margasak and new artwork. A “remarkable... terrifyingly beautiful nightmare” (Pitchfork ★★★★) of new folk, circa 2004. A minimal serenade for austere times; an off-kilter romance of voice and instrument compared to the brevity of early Bjork, featuring Foster’s fragile, hushed vocal, straight from old weird America, brought to life by way of Ajemian’s bowed bass and effects, with a nod to the traditional English folk of yore in its construction. “Arrestingly bare.” Tiny Mix Tapes.