Filled with songs of anarchy, drunkenness, hazy dreams, dark fantasies, and delusion
sprinkled with isolated moments of hope and empowerment, “She Lost Her Head,” the second album from Utah-based acoustic Gypsy
punk band Juana Ghani, chronicles an
enthusiastic and unwitting descent into madness. From the opening punk polka
anthem “Watch It All Burn” through the final insanity of the title track, “She
Lost Her Head,” this is Juana Ghani at their most lunatic.
Paul Hitter is the founder of the Balkan Expressionism art movement. Currently living in Bucharest, Romania, his
work is shown in galleries and concert venues throughout Europe and the United
States. Combining elements of street art, folk art, and iconic
symbolism, he has captured the attention of people worldwide. He has done artwork for the bands Gogol
Bordello, Viza, and Koza Mostra, among others.
Special guests appearing on the album are David Bowen (upright bass and backing vocals),
Michael “Fish” McFadden of Barbaloot Suitz and Wasnatch (trombone and backing
vocals), Jonali Sorensen of Barbaloot Suitz (backing vocals), and Brad McCarley
of Tupelo Moan (backing vocals).
Produced by Brian and Leisl Bonell, “She Lost Her Head” was recorded and mixed at Salt Lake Recording Service by Brad
McCarley and mastered at Man vs. Music by Mike Sasich.
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