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    Lianne La Havas to Perform in New York, Los Angeles, New Orleans in July
    Jean Paul Pietrus

    English singer/songwriter/guitarist Lianne La Havas, whose new album, Blood, is due out later this year on Nonesuch Records in the United States, will perform three shows in the US in July: a set at the Essence Festival in New Orleans on July 5, and headline shows at the Troubadour in Los Angeles on July 7 and Bowery Ballroom in New York City on July 9. Tickets for the Essence Festival are on sale now; tickets for the Los Angeles and New York shows go on sale this Friday, May 8, at noon. For details on all three shows, visit nonesuch.com/on-tour.

    The new album, Blood, follows La Havas's 2012 debut album, Is Your Love Big Enough?, and was inspired by her Jamaican and Greek family heritage. La Havas recently debuted the first song from Blood, "Unstoppable," which you can hear below and can download now with pre-orders of the album via iTunes, the Lianne La Havas shop, and the Nonesuch Store.

    "Unstoppable" lands on the right side of Brilliant in New York's Approval Matrix, which calls the song "heavenly, heartwarming." "I can't really put into words how good it feels to have Lianne La Havas's voice back in my ears," writes Dee Locket in New York's Vulture blog, naming the track one of the 10 Best New Songs of the Week. "It just totally warms my heart." The Sunday Times of London calls it "a spry, tender beauty of a break-up song."

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Lianne La Havas, whose new album, Blood, is due out later this year, will perform three shows in the US in July: a set at the Essence Festival in New Orleans on July 5, and headline shows at the Troubadour in Los Angeles on July 7 and Bowery Ballroom in New York City on July 9. Essence Festival tickets are on sale now; tickets for the LA and NYC shows go on sale this Friday, May 8.

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English singer/songwriter/guitarist Lianne La Havas, whose new album, Blood, is due out later this year on Nonesuch Records in the United States, will perform three shows in the US in July: a set at the Essence Festival in New Orleans on July 5, and headline shows at the Troubadour in Los Angeles on July 7 and Bowery Ballroom in New York City on July 9. Tickets for the Essence Festival are on sale now; tickets for the Los Angeles and New York shows go on sale this Friday, May 8, at noon. For details on all three shows, visit nonesuch.com/on-tour.

The new album, Blood, follows La Havas's 2012 debut album, Is Your Love Big Enough?, and was inspired by her Jamaican and Greek family heritage. La Havas recently debuted the first song from Blood, "Unstoppable," which you can hear below and can download now with pre-orders of the album via iTunes, the Lianne La Havas shop, and the Nonesuch Store.

"Unstoppable" lands on the right side of Brilliant in New York's Approval Matrix, which calls the song "heavenly, heartwarming." "I can't really put into words how good it feels to have Lianne La Havas's voice back in my ears," writes Dee Locket in New York's Vulture blog, naming the track one of the 10 Best New Songs of the Week. "It just totally warms my heart." The Sunday Times of London calls it "a spry, tender beauty of a break-up song."

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