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"Tamko is a first rate singer-songwriter, parsing interpersonal relationship dynamics with frankness and a dry wit," writes KCRW's Marion Hodges of Vagabon (aka Laetitia Tamko), who stopped by KCRW to perform six songs from her new album, Sorry I Haven't Called, and one from her 2019 self-titled album. Tamko also spoke with KCRW's Morning Becomes Eclectic host Novena Carmel about the new album and more. You can watch the performance and conversation here.

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"Tamko is a first rate singer-songwriter, parsing interpersonal relationship dynamics with frankness and a dry wit," writes KCRW's Marion Hodges of Vagabon (aka Laetitia Tamko), who stopped by KCRW's Annenberg Performance Studio to perform a full set of six songs from her new album, Sorry I Haven't Called, as well as "Water Me Down," from her 2019 self-titled Nonesuch debut album. Tamko also spoke with KCRW's Morning Becomes Eclectic host Novena Carmel about the new album and more. You can watch the performance and conversation below.

On Sorry I Haven’t Called, Tamko reinvents herself once again with the most playful and adventurous music of her career. Co-produced by Tamko and Rostam (Vampire Weekend, Haim), the album features twelve vibrant tracks she wrote and produced primarily in Germany that channel dance music and effervescent pop through her own confident sensibilities. You can hear it and get it on vinyl here.

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Vagabon: KCRW, March 2024
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    Watch: Vagabon Performs Live, Talks With KCRW
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    "Tamko is a first rate singer-songwriter, parsing interpersonal relationship dynamics with frankness and a dry wit," writes KCRW's Marion Hodges of Vagabon (aka Laetitia Tamko), who stopped by KCRW's Annenberg Performance Studio to perform a full set of six songs from her new album, Sorry I Haven't Called, as well as "Water Me Down," from her 2019 self-titled Nonesuch debut album. Tamko also spoke with KCRW's Morning Becomes Eclectic host Novena Carmel about the new album and more. You can watch the performance and conversation below.

    On Sorry I Haven’t Called, Tamko reinvents herself once again with the most playful and adventurous music of her career. Co-produced by Tamko and Rostam (Vampire Weekend, Haim), the album features twelve vibrant tracks she wrote and produced primarily in Germany that channel dance music and effervescent pop through her own confident sensibilities. You can hear it and get it on vinyl here.

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