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    Watch: Lianne La Havas Unveils "Unstoppable" Video

    Lianne La Havas has unveiled a music video for the song "Unstoppable," the first track off her forthcoming album, Blood, which is due out later this year. The video was shot at the old Central St Martins building in London and directed by Olivier Groulx. You can watch the video below. And download "Unstoppable" now when you pre-order the new album via iTunes, the Lianne La Havas shop, and the Nonesuch Store.

    Pigeons and Planes has included Blood among the Most Anticipated Albums for the Rest of 2015. "In the modern world of artificial pop and electronically charged hits, Lianne La Havas brings life," says the site. "Combining jazzy chord progressions, funky bass lines, and sweet, soulful vocals, Lianne La Havas makes the kind of music that transcends current fads. Her 2012 debut Is Your Love Big Enough? put her on the map, but her more recent work has her sounding more confident, focused, and better than ever."

    Tickets went on sale—and quickly sold out—on Friday for La Havas's two US headline shows in July, at the Troubadour in Los Angeles on July 7 and Bowery Ballroom in New York City on July 9. She will also perform a set at the Essence Festival in New Orleans on July 5.

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Lianne La Havas has unveiled a music video for the song "Unstoppable," the first track off her forthcoming album, Blood, which is due out later this year. The video was shot in London and directed by Olivier Groulx. You can watch the video here and download the track now when you pre-order the album, which Pigeons and Planes includes among the Most Anticipated Albums of 2015. "In the modern world of artificial pop and electronically charged hits, Lianne La Havas brings life," says the site. "[H]er more recent work has her sounding more confident, focused, and better than ever."

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Lianne La Havas has unveiled a music video for the song "Unstoppable," the first track off her forthcoming album, Blood, which is due out later this year. The video was shot at the old Central St Martins building in London and directed by Olivier Groulx. You can watch the video below. And download "Unstoppable" now when you pre-order the new album via iTunes, the Lianne La Havas shop, and the Nonesuch Store.

Pigeons and Planes has included Blood among the Most Anticipated Albums for the Rest of 2015. "In the modern world of artificial pop and electronically charged hits, Lianne La Havas brings life," says the site. "Combining jazzy chord progressions, funky bass lines, and sweet, soulful vocals, Lianne La Havas makes the kind of music that transcends current fads. Her 2012 debut Is Your Love Big Enough? put her on the map, but her more recent work has her sounding more confident, focused, and better than ever."

Tickets went on sale—and quickly sold out—on Friday for La Havas's two US headline shows in July, at the Troubadour in Los Angeles on July 7 and Bowery Ballroom in New York City on July 9. She will also perform a set at the Essence Festival in New Orleans on July 5.

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