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    Listen: Lianne La Havas Talks with "The Pitchfork Review" Podcast

    Lianne La Havas is the guest on the latest episode of the podcast The Pitchfork Review. She spoke with Pitchfork editor Puja Patel from home in London as part of Pitchfork’s Listening Club last week about La Havas's new, self-titled album, which Patel calls a "beautiful, genre-breaking record about love, heartbreak, and independence." You can hear their conversation in the podcast here:

    Lianne La Havas's self-titled, third album spans the arc of a relationship, with musical references as varied as Milton Nascimento, Joni Mitchell, Jaco Pastorious, Al Green, and Destiny’s Child. You can pick up a copy of Lianne La Havas and hear it now here.

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Lianne La Havas is the guest on the latest episode of the podcast The Pitchfork Review. She spoke with Pitchfork editor Puja Patel from home in London as part of Pitchfork’s Listening Club last week about La Havas's new, self-titled album, which Patel calls a "beautiful, genre-breaking record about love, heartbreak, and independence." You can hear their conversation in the podcast here.

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Lianne La Havas is the guest on the latest episode of the podcast The Pitchfork Review. She spoke with Pitchfork editor Puja Patel from home in London as part of Pitchfork’s Listening Club last week about La Havas's new, self-titled album, which Patel calls a "beautiful, genre-breaking record about love, heartbreak, and independence." You can hear their conversation in the podcast here:

Lianne La Havas's self-titled, third album spans the arc of a relationship, with musical references as varied as Milton Nascimento, Joni Mitchell, Jaco Pastorious, Al Green, and Destiny’s Child. You can pick up a copy of Lianne La Havas and hear it now here.

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Lianne La Havas: "The Pitchfork Review," August 2020

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