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Lianne La Havas has released a cover of Radiohead's ‘Weird Fishes’, confirms an exclusive live-streamed show for July

The live-streamed broadcast will come from The Roundhouse in London on July 15th
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Published: 1:37 pm, June 26, 2020Words: Jamie Muir. Photos: Hollie Fernando.
Lianne La Havas has released a cover of Radiohead's ‘Weird Fishes’, confirms an exclusive live-streamed show for July

Lianne La Havas has unveiled a stunning cover of Radiohead’s ‘Weird Fishes’, along with news of an exclusive live-streamed show this July

Recorded after appearing at last year’s Glastonbury, Lianne and her band reconvened in the studio to deliver an amazing version of the track (which first featured on Radiohead’s ‘In Rainbows’ in 2007) which in turn inspired the formation of Lianne’s upcoming new album. Lianne noted: “I had the most wonderful, nourishing experience recording that and that’s where I decided: the rest of the album needs to be like this. It’s got to be my band, and I’ve got to do it in London, whenever people have time.”

Lianne La Havas’ anticipated self-titled new album is set for release on July 17th - with the likes of recent drops ‘Can’t Fight’, ‘Paper Thin’ and ‘Bittersweet’ early indications that it’s going to be an absolute belter

Just before the album’s release and also announced today, Lianne has revealed details of an exclusive live-streamed show to take place on July 15th - broadcasting from The Roundhouse in London. The one-off solo performance will feature songs from across Lianne’s career, including the first taste of unheard material set to feature on her self-titled new release. Broadcast over YouTube, tickets are available now

Until then, check out Lianne’s version of ‘Weird Fishes’ below:

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