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    Watch: The Staves Share Some Favorite Albums with Rough Trade NYC
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    Jessica and Camilla Staveley-Taylor—two-thirds of The Staves—shared some records that have influenced their music and have been part of their lives with Rough Trade NYC's Transmissions series on Instagram, including favorites by The Beatles, Kate Bush, CSNY, Sufjan Stevens, and others. You can see what they've picked and what they had to say about them below. The Staves' own new album, Good Woman, out next Friday, February 5, in the US on Nonesuch Records, is available to pre-order here.


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Jessica and Camilla Staveley-Taylor—two-thirds of the Staves—shared some records that have influenced their music and have been part of their lives with Rough Trade NYC's Transmissions series on Instagram, including favorites by The Beatles, Kate Bush, CSNY and others. You can see what they've picked and what they had to say about them below.

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Jessica and Camilla Staveley-Taylor—two-thirds of The Staves—shared some records that have influenced their music and have been part of their lives with Rough Trade NYC's Transmissions series on Instagram, including favorites by The Beatles, Kate Bush, CSNY, Sufjan Stevens, and others. You can see what they've picked and what they had to say about them below. The Staves' own new album, Good Woman, out next Friday, February 5, in the US on Nonesuch Records, is available to pre-order here.


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