Vagabon drops ‘Flood Hands’ music video from upcoming second album

Cameroon-born and New-York-based singer releases a refreshingly pop song and announces All the Women in Me due on Septembre.

Lætitia Tamko, aka Vagabon, is back after her critically acclaimed debut album, Infinite Worlds, released in 2017.

Her new song “Flood Hands”, delivered with a minimalistic music video, was originally written from a pop duo she admires. this process helped her overcome her fear of the blank page, as much as it allowed her to get out of her confort zone and write a song quite different from the usual, more “pop”.

As she explains : “The result felt like a triumph for me in my progression as an artist and I just couldn’t stand to part with the song by the time I was finished.”

This new single announces a new album called All the Women in Me, to be released on September 27th on Nonesuch. Discover the tracklist below :

01 Full Moon in Gemini
02 Flood Hands
03 Secret Medicine
04 Water Me Down
05 In a Bind
06 Wits About You
07 Please Don’t Leave the Table
08 Home Soon
09 All the Women
10 Full Moon in Gemini (Monako Reprise)

Stream Vagabon in our Noir Wave playlist on Spotify and Deezer.

All the women in Me, out on Septembre 27th on Nonesuch. Pre-order it here.

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