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    Listen: Laurie Anderson Talks "Landfall" with BBC Radio 6 Music
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    Laurie Anderson was on the BBC Radio 6 Music morning show with guest host Tom Ravenscroft, sitting in for Lauren Laverne, to discuss Landfall, her new album with Kronos Quartet, released on Nonesuch Records earlier this year, and All the Things I Lost in the Flood, her new book. Both the album and the book were inspired by Anderson's experience of Hurricane Sandy. You can hear their conversation, as well as the album track "Everything Is Floating," below.

    To pick up a copy of Landfall, head to your local music store, iTunes, Amazon, and the Nonesuch Store, where CD and vinyl orders include a download of the complete album at checkout. You can also listen to the album on Spotify and Apple Music.

    Anderson remains in London this evening for a sold-out conversation about All the Things I Lost in the Flood with Serpentine Galleries Artistic Director Hans-Ulrich Obrist at the London Review Bookshop. She will be in The Hague, Netherlands, all weekend as the Artist in Focus of the Rewire Festival, which includes a screening of her film Heart of a Dog, an artist talk, and a presentation of the new book. Details on these and other upcoming events from Anderson can be found at nonesuch.com/on-tour.

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Laurie Anderson was on the BBC Radio 6 Music morning show with guest host Tom Ravenscroft, sitting in for Lauren Laverne, to discuss Landfall, her new album with Kronos Quartet, and All the Things I Lost in the Flood, her new book. You can hear the conversation here. Anderson discusses the book at the London Review Bookshop tonight and is the Rewire Festival Artist in Focus in The Hague this weekend.

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Laurie Anderson was on the BBC Radio 6 Music morning show with guest host Tom Ravenscroft, sitting in for Lauren Laverne, to discuss Landfall, her new album with Kronos Quartet, released on Nonesuch Records earlier this year, and All the Things I Lost in the Flood, her new book. Both the album and the book were inspired by Anderson's experience of Hurricane Sandy. You can hear their conversation, as well as the album track "Everything Is Floating," below.

To pick up a copy of Landfall, head to your local music store, iTunes, Amazon, and the Nonesuch Store, where CD and vinyl orders include a download of the complete album at checkout. You can also listen to the album on Spotify and Apple Music.

Anderson remains in London this evening for a sold-out conversation about All the Things I Lost in the Flood with Serpentine Galleries Artistic Director Hans-Ulrich Obrist at the London Review Bookshop. She will be in The Hague, Netherlands, all weekend as the Artist in Focus of the Rewire Festival, which includes a screening of her film Heart of a Dog, an artist talk, and a presentation of the new book. Details on these and other upcoming events from Anderson can be found at nonesuch.com/on-tour.

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Laurie Anderson, Tom Ravenscroft: BBC Radio 6 Music, April 2018

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