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    The Staves Release "Pine Hollow" Live EP of Covers, Originals
    Graham Tolbert

    The English trio The Staves—Emily, Jessica, and Camilla Staveley-Taylor—who began a tour of Australia and New Zealand in Perth yesterday, have released a digital EP of six songs recorded live at Pine Hollow studios in Eau Claire, Wisconsin, aptly titled Pine Hollow. The EP opens with three covers: Sufjan Stevens' "Chicago," Ray Lamontagne's "Jolene," and Dino Valenti's "Something's on Your Mind." Those are followed by new takes on the group's own songs "Sadness Don't Own Me" and "Let Me Down," from the album If I Was, and "Trouble on My Mind," from The Way Is Read, their 2017 collaboration with yMusic. The EP was engineered, mixed, and mastered by Zach Hanson at Justin Vernon's April Base studios. You can download Pine Hollow now on iTunes and in the Nonesuch Store, and listen below via Spotify and Apple Music.

    The Staves' antipodean tour continues at the Sydney City Limits festival on Saturday, The Triffid in Brisbane on Sunday, and Howler in Melbourne on Tuesday. The trio then heads to New Zealand for the Auckland City Limits festival and two New Zealand Festival sets in Wellington. For details, visit nonesuch.com/on-tour.

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The Staves have released a digital EP of six songs recorded live at Pine Hollow studios in Eau Claire, WI, aptly titled Pine Hollow. The EP opens with the trio's take on Sufjan Stevens' "Chicago," Ray Lamontagne's "Jolene," and Dino Valenti's "Something's on Your Mind." Those are followed by new versions of the group's own songs "Sadness Don't Own Me," "Let Me Down," and "Trouble on My Mind." The Staves are now on tour in Australia and New Zealand.

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The English trio The Staves—Emily, Jessica, and Camilla Staveley-Taylor—who began a tour of Australia and New Zealand in Perth yesterday, have released a digital EP of six songs recorded live at Pine Hollow studios in Eau Claire, Wisconsin, aptly titled Pine Hollow. The EP opens with three covers: Sufjan Stevens' "Chicago," Ray Lamontagne's "Jolene," and Dino Valenti's "Something's on Your Mind." Those are followed by new takes on the group's own songs "Sadness Don't Own Me" and "Let Me Down," from the album If I Was, and "Trouble on My Mind," from The Way Is Read, their 2017 collaboration with yMusic. The EP was engineered, mixed, and mastered by Zach Hanson at Justin Vernon's April Base studios. You can download Pine Hollow now on iTunes and in the Nonesuch Store, and listen below via Spotify and Apple Music.

The Staves' antipodean tour continues at the Sydney City Limits festival on Saturday, The Triffid in Brisbane on Sunday, and Howler in Melbourne on Tuesday. The trio then heads to New Zealand for the Auckland City Limits festival and two New Zealand Festival sets in Wellington. For details, visit nonesuch.com/on-tour.

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