The Staves’ Debut Album, ‘Dead & Born & Grown,’ 10th Anniversary Special-Edition Vinyl Out Now on Nonesuch in the US

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The Staves' debut album, Dead & Born & Grown, turned ten in November, and to mark the occasion, Nonesuch Records releases the album on 180-gram recycled colored vinyl in the US today. This follows its UK release in October. Produced with Glyn and Ethan Johns (The Beatles, The Rolling Stones), Dead & Born & Grown was met with great critical acclaim and set the Staveley-Taylor sisters on the way to becoming one of the UK’s most celebrated indie exports. The recycled vinyl is made from 100% PVC recycled material, using waste material and clippings from previous record pressings, resulting in a unique color combination for each LP.

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Dead & Born & Grown, the debut album from the English trio the Staves—sisters Emily, Jessica and Camilla Staveley-Taylor— celebrated its tenth anniversary in November, and to mark the occasion, Nonesuch Records releases the album on special-edition, 180-gram recycled colored vinyl in the United States today. This follows its UK release in October. You can hear the album and get it here.

Produced with Glyn and Ethan Johns, who, between them, have worked with artists from The Beatles and The Rolling Stones to The Vaccines and Kings of Leon, Dead & Born & Grown was met with great critical acclaim and set the Staveley-Taylor sisters on the way to becoming one of the UK’s most celebrated indie exports, finding acclaim throughout the world. The band’s three subsequent albums—If I Was (2015), The Way Is Read (with yMusic, 2017), and Good Woman (2021)—were released on Nonesuch in the US.

The recycled vinyl for the new Dead & Born & Grown reissue is made from 100% PVC recycled material, using waste material and clippings from previous record pressings. The result is that each vinyl is unique with its own color combination.

The Staves are playing two sold-out shows at the Barbican in celebration of the album's anniversary, November 22 and December 3. In these intimate, stripped back shows, they will play every song from the album as well as a handful of fan favorites that reflect the past ten years of the band.

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The Staves: ‘Dead & Born & Grown’ [vinyl]
  • Friday, December 2, 2022
    The Staves’ Debut Album, ‘Dead & Born & Grown,’ 10th Anniversary Special-Edition Vinyl Out Now on Nonesuch in the US

    Dead & Born & Grown, the debut album from the English trio the Staves—sisters Emily, Jessica and Camilla Staveley-Taylor— celebrated its tenth anniversary in November, and to mark the occasion, Nonesuch Records releases the album on special-edition, 180-gram recycled colored vinyl in the United States today. This follows its UK release in October. You can hear the album and get it here.

    Produced with Glyn and Ethan Johns, who, between them, have worked with artists from The Beatles and The Rolling Stones to The Vaccines and Kings of Leon, Dead & Born & Grown was met with great critical acclaim and set the Staveley-Taylor sisters on the way to becoming one of the UK’s most celebrated indie exports, finding acclaim throughout the world. The band’s three subsequent albums—If I Was (2015), The Way Is Read (with yMusic, 2017), and Good Woman (2021)—were released on Nonesuch in the US.

    The recycled vinyl for the new Dead & Born & Grown reissue is made from 100% PVC recycled material, using waste material and clippings from previous record pressings. The result is that each vinyl is unique with its own color combination.

    The Staves are playing two sold-out shows at the Barbican in celebration of the album's anniversary, November 22 and December 3. In these intimate, stripped back shows, they will play every song from the album as well as a handful of fan favorites that reflect the past ten years of the band.

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