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Låpsley has announced her second album, 'Through Water'

The news arrives alongside her new single, 'Womxn'.
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Published: 11:02 am, February 05, 2020
Låpsley has announced her second album, 'Through Water'

Låpsley has announced her second album, 'Through Water'.

Due 20th March via XL Recordings, the news arrives alongside her new single 'Womxn', plus a video directed by Jane Stockdale which was shot on the Yorkshire Moors and features cyclists Anneleen Bosma, Jenna Meth and Yewande Adesia.

“I was 20 and in a pretty bad place when I wrote ‘Womxn’," Låpsley explains. "It’s written hypothetically from a place in the future that was much more positive. It’s about having trust in the passage of time; about not knowing what to do right now but knowing that at some point you will know. And here we are in the future and I’m this stronger, more confident womxn, and I sing it and it’s my present.”

The album's track listing reads:

1. Through Water
2. My Love Was Like the Rain
3. First
4. Ligne 3
5. Our Love is a Garden
6. Leeds Liverpool Canal
7. Sadness is a Shade of Blue
8. Womxn
9. Bonfire
10. Speaking of the End

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