[News] Kieku Records to release Limited Edition Cassette of “Lullabies for Younger Self” by Jonsjooel

We are thrilled to announce an exciting opportunity for all of you who appreciate the unique charm of physical music formats. Jonsjooel is releasing a limited edition cassette version of his debut album, “Lullabies for Younger Self,” and it’s available for pre-order now!

Lullabies for Younger Self” is an album that delves deep into themes of family, memory, grief, and self-care, inspired by Jonsjooel‘s late grandmother. The music seamlessly weaves together Folk, Jazz and Electronic elements to create a listening experience like no other. Now, you have the chance to enjoy it in a format that harks back to the golden era of music: the cassette tape.

By pre-ordering “Lullabies for Younger Self” on cassette, you not only support the artist but also become part of a growing community of music enthusiasts who appreciate the tangible beauty of music.

Pre-Order here: https://jonsjooel.bandcamp.com/album/lullabies-for-younger-self

Previously known as the frontman of the Finnish band Lake Jons which attracted both national and international interest in music media as well as being one of the most high rising Finnish bands of the past 10 years with popular singles including “Up Here North,” “Human” and “I Don’t Care,” Jonsjooel’s solo debut weaves together elements of Folk, Jazz and Electronic into a distinctive sound that sonically gravitates towards a variety of genre defying artists including Nils Frahm, Olafur Arnalds, Peter Broderick, Efterklang and more. JonsJooel has previously been covered by Wonderland, Louder Than War, Culture Addicts and more.

Jonsjooel on “Lullabies for Younger Self“: “The album is an effort to support and care about oneself in a retrospective manner. They are lullabies to comfort our past selves and help us to be more understanding of the faults we have. My late grandmother has another big impact on this album as she was a big support to me my whole life, one of those elderly lullabying people we all need. The same day she passed away I recorded the final tracks on this album. It was the turning point that made this album a process of learning to sing your own lullabies and cherish the legacy of your loved ones. I hope this album has succeeded in compressing something dark into something more joyous and hopeful.”

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