‘Delicate Tracks’ began with one of Adam's simple and sublime piano passages that I imported into the studio adding bass, beats and a bank of vocals which arose from a mysterious place. I rarely sing R&B but soul came naturally. Our stream of consciousness lyrics started out as improvised sounds that evolved into words.

 

After Adam passed, I was alone one morning overcome by hard feelings when there was a knock on my door. Musician Jennifer Castle, held a rose bush. We hardly knew one another and she did not want to intrude but was compelled to bring it to me. I was grateful for her intervention. Symbolically this prickly rose is Adam at a prickly time. The flowers are fragrant, the thorns protective and potentially painful. Everything that comes together must separate. It has been two years since Adam exited. In my night garden his rose returns with a mighty bloom.

– SOOK-YIN LEE

jooj two is an unapologetic dive into playful art-pop, and a document of a lost language between lovers. Made with the late Adam Litovitz, the album celebrates a lifetime of work together. The record was released on April 9, 2021 by Mint Records and is available in vinyl, CD and digital format.

"jooj two encapsulates life in all its dizzying joy, comfort, confusion, doubt and despair. The album is a much-needed companion as the world grieves during the pandemic life. It is a source of empathy and hope for those feeling uncertain and alone. Sook-Yin Lee and Adam Litovitz radiate warmth and healing."

– EXCLAIM!

"Imagine a lost collaboration between Nico and OMD... Sook-Yin and Litovitz draw you in with the familiar; before you know it, you’re following them down the rabbit hole into strange and wonderful new worlds."

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