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1. The Dream
2. Full-Time Heist
3. Back Again
4. With Hope in My Breath
5. Long for Ruin
6. Started Off Free
7. Remember the Voice
8. Oh Joan
9. Lemons, Limes and Orchids
10. Tribute to Holding on
11. Safe to Say
12. Help Is on It's Way

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Joan As Police Womans's 12th studio album, Lemons, Limes, and Orchids is a crowning showcase of her voice in all it's metamorphic splendour. "I was ready to make an album that truly featured my voice. The basics were recorded like they used to be- with me singing live along with the band. My good friend told me this is the sexiest album I've ever made. Honestly, I think she's right." The record is a nocturne about love and loss - what else is there? - and a reckoning with our collective disorientation, part hymn to holding on and part benediction of letting go. Joan has toured the globe, performing in dive bars and symphony halls, at independent music festivals and on the BBC, and has collaborated with a kaleidoscope of luminaries, including Lou Reed, Rufus Wainwright, Tony Allen, Damon Albarn, John Cale, Laurie Anderson, Sufjan Stevens, Anohni, Beck, Meshell Ndegeocello, Toshi Reagon, David Byrne, and Daniel Johnston. She has participated in three Africa Express trips and teaches at NYU's Clive Davis Institute of Recorded Music.