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    Watch: The Staves Perform "Satisfied," From Upcoming Album 'Good Woman,' Live

    The English trio The Staves have released an intimate live performance video of "Satisfied," a song from their upcoming album, Good Woman, due February 5 on Nonesuch Records in the United States. You can watch the performance below and pre-order the album here.

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Watch: The Staves Perform "Satisfied," From Upcoming Album 'Good Woman,' Live

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The Staves have released an intimate live performance video of "Satisfied," a song from their upcoming album, Good Woman, due February 5. You can watch it here.

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The English trio The Staves have released an intimate live performance video of "Satisfied," a song from their upcoming album, Good Woman, due February 5 on Nonesuch Records in the United States. You can watch the performance below and pre-order the album here.

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The Staves: "Satisfied" (Acoustic), January 2021

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