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Lianne La Havas is going to release a new album this July

The record sees her taking inspiration from plants.
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Published: 2:33 pm, May 05, 2020
Lianne La Havas is going to release a new album this July

Lianne La Havas is going to release a new album this summer.

Her self-titled record is due on 17th July, preceded by lead single 'Bittersweet', and now 'Paper Thin' too.

Lianne explains: “What plays a big role in the album is the idea of the life cycle of plants and nature - equating this journey with a seasonal thing that blooms, thrives, goes away, and comes back even stronger. A flower has to dry up and die in order to be reborn. You have to get to the rock bottom to rebuild yourself."

The record's full tracklisting reads:

1. Bittersweet
2. Read My Mind
3. Green Papaya
4. Can’t Fight
5. Paper Thin
6. Out Of Your Mind (Interlude)
7. Weird Fishes
8. Please Don’t Make Me Cry
9. Seven Times
10. Courage
11. Sour Flower

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