Watch: The Staves Perform "You Held It All" at Glastonbury

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The Staves performed at Glastonbury Festival last weekend and gave a special acoustic session for the BBC, performing "You Held It All," from their new album, All Now. You can watch it here.

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The Staves performed at the UK's famed Glastonbury Festival last weekend. Band mates and sisters Jessica and Camilla Stavely-Taylor gave a special acoustic session for the BBC from the festival, performing "You Held It All," from their new album, All Now. You can watch it here:

The Staves’ All Now, produced by John Congleton (Sharon Van Etten, Angel Olsen), marks the band’s debut album as the duo of Jessica and Camilla Staveley-Taylor, following their sister Emily’s departure. “There was a delayed reaction to trauma and these big changes out of your control,” Jess says of the period after the February 2021 release of their album Good Woman, as the band—like everyone—was forced to sit with their thoughts. Struggling after two years of deep solitude and pain, The Staves did what they know how to do best: they got back to writing with the idea of going back to basics and focusing almost solely on each other and their guitars as a starting point. You can get the new album and hear it here.

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  • Wednesday, July 3, 2024
    Watch: The Staves Perform "You Held It All" at Glastonbury
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    The Staves performed at the UK's famed Glastonbury Festival last weekend. Band mates and sisters Jessica and Camilla Stavely-Taylor gave a special acoustic session for the BBC from the festival, performing "You Held It All," from their new album, All Now. You can watch it here:

    The Staves’ All Now, produced by John Congleton (Sharon Van Etten, Angel Olsen), marks the band’s debut album as the duo of Jessica and Camilla Staveley-Taylor, following their sister Emily’s departure. “There was a delayed reaction to trauma and these big changes out of your control,” Jess says of the period after the February 2021 release of their album Good Woman, as the band—like everyone—was forced to sit with their thoughts. Struggling after two years of deep solitude and pain, The Staves did what they know how to do best: they got back to writing with the idea of going back to basics and focusing almost solely on each other and their guitars as a starting point. You can get the new album and hear it here.

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