Listen: Vagabon Talks with Jabouki on 'Talkhouse Podcast'

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"Sorry I Haven’t Called was worth the wait, and another cool stylistic leap," Talkhouse host Josh Modell says of the new album from Vagabon (aka Lætitia Tamko), who talks with Jaboukie on the show. “Sorry I Haven’t Called, which was partly produced by former Vampire Weekend guy Rostam, takes things even a step further, with an eye toward something even bigger and bolder. And even though the songs were inspired by a dark time in Tamko’s life, they turned out incredibly buoyant and upbeat.” You can hear the episode here.

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Vagabon (aka Lætitia Tamko), whose new album, Sorry I Haven’t Called, was released on Nonesuch last month, spoke with Jaboukie for Talkhouse Podcast. “Sorry I Haven’t Called was worth the wait, and another cool stylistic leap,” Talkhouse host Josh Modell says in his introduction. “Sorry I Haven’t Called, which was partly produced by former Vampire Weekend guy Rostam, takes things even a step further, with an eye toward something even bigger and bolder. And even though the songs were inspired by a dark time in Tamko’s life, they turned out incredibly buoyant and upbeat.” You can hear the episode here:

Vagabon, just back from a tour of Europe with Arlo Parks, kicks off her own headline tour of North America at Lincoln Hall in Chicago later this month, with stops in Detroit, Toronto, Brooklyn, Boston, Philadelphia, DC, and more. Vagabon then heads back to Europe to tour with Weyes Blood before returning for the West Coast leg of her headline tour. See below for details and tickets or visit nonesuch.com/on-tour.

VAGABON ON TOUR

Oct 20 Lincoln Hall Chicago, IL
Oct 21 El Club Detroit, MI
Oct 22 Velvet Underground Toronto, ON
Oct 24 Music Hall of Williamsburg Brooklyn, NY
Oct 26 Crystal Ballroom at Somerville Theatre Somerville, MA
Oct 27 Underground Arts Philadelphia, PA
Oct 28 Space Ballroom Hamden, CT
Oct 29 The Atlantis Washington, DC
     
Oct 31 Sala Apolo* Barcelona, SPAIN
Nov 2 Le Transbordeur* Lyon, FRANCE
Nov 3 Alcatraz* Milan, ITALY
Nov 4 Les Docks* Lausanne, SWITZERLAND
Nov 6 Astra Kulturhaus* Berlin, GERMANY
Nov 7 TivoliVredenburg* Utrecht, NETHERLANDS
Nov 8 Pitchfork Music Festival* Paris, FRANCE
Nov 9 De Roma* Antwerp, BELGIUM
Nov 11 Old Fruitmarket* Glasgow, UK
Nov 12 O2 Academy* Leeds, UK
Nov 13 Pitchfork Music Festival* London, UK
Nov 14 Rock City* Nottingham, UK
     
Dec 6 The Independent San Francisco, CA
Dec 8 Madame Lou's Seattle, WA
Dec 9 Biltmore Cabaret Vancouver, BC
Dec 10 Mississippi Studios Portland, OR
Dec 13 Lodge Room Los Angeles, CA
     

* w/Weyes Blood

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Vagabon: 'Talkhouse' podcast w/Jabouki, October 2023

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