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    Watch: The Staves Talk with The Current's Jill Riley, Perform "Good Woman"

    The Staves' Camilla and Jessica Staveley-Taylor in London spoke with The Current's Jill Riley in St. Paul, Minnesota, about the upcoming Staves album, Good Woman, due out on Nonesuch Records in the US on February 5. The band lived in the Midwest a few years back and recorded their previous album, 2017's collaboration in yMusic, The Way Is Read, in nearby Eau Claire, Wisconsin. You can watch the conversation, which touches on life, loss, renewal, and, well, Dawson's Creek, plus a live performance of the new album's title track below, and pre-order Good Woman to download three album tracks, including "Good Woman," now here.

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Watch: The Staves Talk with The Current's Jill Riley, Perform "Good Woman"

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The Staves' Camilla and Jessica Staveley-Taylor in London spoke with The Current's Jill Riley in St. Paul, Minnesota, about the upcoming Staves album, Good Woman, due February 5. You can watch the conversation, which touches on life, loss, renewal, and, well, Dawson's Creek, plus a live performance of the new album's title track here.

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The Staves' Camilla and Jessica Staveley-Taylor in London spoke with The Current's Jill Riley in St. Paul, Minnesota, about the upcoming Staves album, Good Woman, due out on Nonesuch Records in the US on February 5. The band lived in the Midwest a few years back and recorded their previous album, 2017's collaboration in yMusic, The Way Is Read, in nearby Eau Claire, Wisconsin. You can watch the conversation, which touches on life, loss, renewal, and, well, Dawson's Creek, plus a live performance of the new album's title track below, and pre-order Good Woman to download three album tracks, including "Good Woman," now here.

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