Listen: Vagabon Releases New Version of "Home Soon" for "Antebellum"

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Vagabon has released a new version of her song "Home Soon," featured in the new Lionsgate film Antebellum, starring Janelle Monáe. The song was originally released on Vagabon's critically acclaimed self-titled album, which Clash called an “indie-pop masterpiece.” The new mix can be heard here.

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Vagabon has released a new version of her song "Home Soon," featured in the new Lionsgate film Antebellum. The song was originally released on Vagabon's critically acclaimed self-titled album, which Clash called an "indie-pop masterpiece." The new mix can be heard below; is available to download from Bandcamp, the Nonesuch Store, and iTunes; and may be streamed at Spotify, Apple Music, and Amazon. Antebellum, starring Janelle Monáe, is also available today via streaming and cable services.

Vagabon has been busy this spring and summer, releasing alternate versions of tracks from her self-titled album, including "In A Bind (Strings Version)," "Wits About You (Saxophone Version)," and "Water Me Down (Pamcy Remix)." She also guest hosted on the newly launched Sonos Radio, launched a web series with Snail Mail called Young Man Hour, and was interviewed on the Broken Record podcast, hosted by Rick Rubin, Malcolm Gladwell, Bruce Headlam, and Justin Richmond.

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Vagabon: "Home Soon" (Antebellum Film Mix) cover

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