http://www.nonesuch.com/journal/watch-lianne-la-havas-performs-unstoppable-mobo-awards-2015-11-11November 11, 2015|0 comments
Lianne La Havas returned home to London last week, following a month-long North American tour, to attend the MOBO Awards, where she was nominated for Best Album and Best Female Act and performed "Unstoppable," off her new album, Blood. You can watch it here. La Havas is touring Europe for the next month and will play an Albert Sessions show at London’s Royal Albert Hall on March 14.Read more|Journal Topics:Artist News Videolianne la havashttp://www.nonesuch.com/journal/watch-lianne-la-havas-unveils-green-gold-video-announces-royal-albert-hall-showNovember 02, 2015|1 comments
Lianne La Havas, who recently closed out a month-long North American tour with a performance on The Late Show with Stephen Colbert, has just unveiled the official music video for the song she played for the show: "Green & Gold," from her new album, Blood. Watch the video here. La Havas is back in the UK, where she is up for two of the major awards at this week’s MOBO Awards. It was just announced that she will play an Albert Sessions show at London’s Royal Albert Hall on March 14.Read more|Journal Topics:Artist News Videolianne la havashttp://www.nonesuch.com/journal/watch-lianne-la-havas-performs-green-and-gold-late-show-stephen-colbert-2015-10-21October 28, 2015|0 comments
Lianne La Havas was a special guest on The Late Show with Stephen Colbert last night, sitting in with the house band, led by Jon Batiste, throughout the show. Other guests included Anthony Bourdain, Carrie Brownstein, and ... Hillary Clinton. La Havas also performed a web-exclusive take on the song "Green & Gold," off her new album, Blood. Watch it here.Read more|Journal Topics:Artist News Television Videolianne la havashttp://www.nonesuch.com/journal/watch-lianne-la-havas-performs-kcrw-morning-becomes-eclectic-2015-10-22October 22, 2015|0 comments
Lianne La Havas was the guest on KCRW's Morning Becomes Eclectic earlier this week. She spoke with host Jason Bentley and performed six songs from her new album, Blood, and one from her debut album, Is Your Love Big Enough?. You can watch the complete 40-minute session here. La Havas's US tour concludes with shows in Dallas, Austin, Atlanta, and Nashville.Read more|Journal Topics:Artist News Radio Videolianne la havashttp://www.nonesuch.com/journal/listen-lianne-la-havas-performs-npr-world-cafe-2015-10-14October 14, 2015|0 comments
Lianne La Havas, who is currently touring the US, recently stopped by NPR's World Cafe to talk with host David Dye about her new album, Blood, and perform three tracks from it—"Green and Gold," "What You Don't Do," and "Unstoppable"—as well as "Forget," from her debut album. "In 2012, Is Your Love Big Enough? came out, and it was a real breath of fresh air," says Dye. "It's really unusual to find any artist, but particularly one so young, who doesn't feel the need to be genre-defined in any way. What a great record ... Blood is here now, the new album, and as you will hear, it's a pretty spectacular record." Listen to the performance and interview here.Read more|Journal Topics:Artist News Radiolianne la havashttp://www.nonesuch.com/journal/watch-lianne-la-havas-performs-cbs-morning-saturday-2015-10-05October 05, 2015|0 comments
Lianne La Havas was the musical guest on CBS This Morning: Saturday this past weekend. She performed three songs from her recently released album Blood: "Green and Gold," "Unstoppable," and "What You Don't Do." CBS This Morning host Anthony Mason called her "remarkable." You can see why in the performances here. La Havas is touring North America through the end of October.Read more|Journal Topics:Artist News Televisionlianne la havashttp://www.nonesuch.com/journal/watch-lianne-la-havas-performs-npr-tiny-desk-concert-2015-10-02October 02, 2015|0 comments
Lianne La Havas, who is touring North America, stopped by the NPR studios to perform a Tiny Desk Concert for NPR Music, including two songs from Blood, her new album—"What You Don't Do" and "Unstoppable"—as well as the song "Forget" from her debut album. "Her music works for any activity, any emotion," says NPR's Suraya Mohamed. "La Havas is soulful yet playful, raw and vulnerable in a commanding kind of way, and her new second album, Blood, is as amazing as the first ... If you're like me, you will never get enough." Watch the set here. And catch La Havas on CBS This Morning Saturday this weekend.Read more|Journal Topics:Artist News Videolianne la havashttp://www.nonesuch.com/journal/lianne-la-havas-north-american-tour-new-album-blood-2015-09-18September 18, 2015|0 comments
English singer/songwriter/guitarist Lianne La Havas, whose second album, Blood, was released this summer, kicks off a month-long North American tour at Theatre of Living Arts in Philadelphia this Sunday, September 20, followed by stops in Washington, DC; Chicago; Boston; San Francisco; Los Angeles; and Austin, among many others across the US and Canada.Read more|Journal Topics:Artist News On Tourlianne la havashttp://www.nonesuch.com/journal/lianne-la-havas-blood-wfuv-new-dig-wonderfully-powerful-voice-soars-majestically-2015-08-10August 10, 2015|0 commentsLianne La Havas's "Blood" Is WFUV's New Dig: "Her Wonderfully Powerful Voice Soars Majestically Over Sunshine-Dappled Melodies"
Lianne La Havas's new album, Blood, is WFUV's New Dig. "Blood stretches La Havas’s scope as a songwriter, singer and guitarist, embracing neo-soul and jazz, while peppering the proceedings with dashes of R&B, reggae, and doo wop," says WFUV. "Her voice is wonderfully powerful and full; it rings clearly and soars majestically over her sunshine-dappled melodies." Blood was The Current's Album of the Week: "Blood showcases La Havas as a powerhouse vocalist, her voice lilting and floating like a butterfly over the music in one instant and slamming down with force and a gritty roughness the next moment ... It's an album you'll want to learn the lyrics of so you can sing along to it—loudly."Read more|Journal Topics:Artist News Radiolianne la havashttp://www.nonesuch.com/journal/listen-lianne-la-havas-npr-all-things-considered-2015-08-06August 06, 2015|0 comments
Lianne La Havas spoke with NPR's All Things Considered about her new album, Blood. "At 25, British singer Lianne La Havas has established herself as a musical triple threat: she's a guitarist, songwriter, and a soulful vocalist," says host Audie Cornish. "La Havas draws on her heritage for inspiration: Her father is Greek, her mother Jamaican, and it was a trip to Jamaica after her first tour that got her thinking about music in a new way." Hear their conversation here.