Jess Ribeiro

Jess Ribeiro's second album Kill It Yourself came after a three-year hiatus, in which she travelled the world and submitted herself to that kind of soul searching that only a restless artist is capable of.

She credits the beginning of her musical kinship with its producer and her collaborator Mick Harvey (PJ Harvey, Nick Cave & The Bad Seeds) as the catalyst for rediscovering her muse.

Beguiling and poetic reflections of youth, love and life find solace in Harvey's subtle production; all sympathetic strings, languid tempos and gothic blues swagger. It shrewdly balances its darker, haunting themes with rays of optimism, nostalgia, wit and beauty.