'Human Again' was written & recorded by Jorja in hotel rooms after performing Roxy Music & Bryan Ferry songs drenched in sweat each night. Finishing touches were added & distilled inside Ferry's London studio & then brushed by Johnny Jewel's glittering hands with Dean Hurley at the legendary Asymmetrical Studio in the Hollywood Hills. The combination is intoxicating. Human Again bottles that stark loneliness the artist faces night after night on the road. Sonically, the album explores the spaciousness alive inside the minimalism of Bowie & Eno's Low, her vocal reflects early Laurie Anderson alongside the troubled smoke of Badalamenti's score for 'Lost Highway', & the impeding doom of 'Goblin'. Chalmers embraces the claustrophobia of a John Carpenter film cut with the patience & precision of Amon Duul. The quest to be 'Human Again' is to be a stranger in a strange land.