Vagabon Announces New Album, Shares New Song “Flood Hands”

All the Women in Me Due Out September 27 via Nonesuch

Jun 13, 2019
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Vagabon (aka Lætitia Tamko) has announced a new album, All the Women in Me, and shared its first single, "Flood Hands." All the Women in Me is due out September 27 via Nonesuch. Listen to "Flood Hands" below, followed by the album's tracklist and cover art, as well as her upcoming tour dates (which are mainly in support of Angel Olsen).

All the Women in Me is Vagabon's second album, the follow-up to her 2017-released debut Infinite Worlds, and is her first for Nonesuch. Tamko wrote and produced the entire album herself and plays all the instruments on "Flood Hands," for example.

Of the single Tamko says in a press release: "'Flood Hands' is a track I originally produced and arranged for a well-known pop-duo to have on their album. Knowing I was writing this song for musicians I admire, allowed me this relief from my writer's block. I used this assignment as a chance to flex my production muscles and write something I wouldn't have written as a 'Vagabon' song a couple years ago. 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."

The press release Tamko sets the scene for where she was at prior to recording the new album: "I was in a pretty tortured headspace when I returned home from touring Infinite Worlds. That album contained some of the first songs I'd ever written, and more people than I could have ever imagined heard it. I was proud to become a full-time musician and recognized how rare of a thing that is, but was also debilitated by the very same fact. Fear overtook me and I couldn't write. I felt stagnant and unsure of what to do next."

Unlike Infinite Worlds, All the Women in Me has less of a straight up indie rock guitar sound, with more electronic textures. "With this album, I wanted to impress myself," Tamko says in the press release. "I wanted to be curious and I wanted to make big leaps as a producer. All I had access to on the road was my computer and Logic, so naturally I started writing songs electronically with what was at hand."

Tamko adds: "The drums and vocal forward approach I took on All The Women In Me is drawn from my love for rap and hip-hop production as well as R&B and folk storytelling. That's the music that got me excited about writing again."

All the Women in Me Tracklist:

1. Full Moon In Gemini
2. Flood Hands
3. Secret Medicine
4. Water Me Down
5. In A Bind
6. Wits About You
7. Please Don't Leave The Table
8. Home Soon
9. All The Women
10. Full Moon In Gemini (Monako Reprise)

Vagabon Dates:

10/15 - Brooklyn, NY @ National Sawdust
10/17 - Los Angeles, CA @ Pico Union Project
10/21 - London, UK @ St. Pancras Old Church 
10/22 - Brussels, BE @ Autumn Falls @ Botanique - Brussels (B)
10/23 - Berlin, DE @ Kantine am Berghain 
10/24 - Paris, FR @ Hasard Ludique
10/30 - Asbury Park, NJ @ Asbury Lanes *
10/31 - Philadelphia, PA @ Franklin Music Hall *
11/1 - Washington, DC @ Lincoln Theatre *
11/4 - Atlanta, GA @ Variety Playhouse *
11/5 - New Orleans, LA @ Civic Theatre *
11/7 - Austin, TX @ Stubb's (Levitation) *
11/8 - Dallas, TX @ Granada Theater *
11/9 - Oklahoma City, OK @ The Criterion *
11/10 - Lawrence, KS @ The Granada *
11/12 - Minneapolis, MN @ First Avenue *
11/13 - Madison, WI. @ The Sylvee *
11/14 - Chicago, IL @ The Riviera Theatre *
11/15 - Detroit, MI. @ Royal Oak Music Theatre *
11/16 - Toronto, ON @ Queen Elizabeth Theatre *
11/18 - Montreal, QC @ mTelus *
11/19 - Boston, MA @ Royale *
11/22 - Brooklyn, NY @ Brooklyn Steel *
12/2 - Phoenix, AZ @ The Van Buren *
12/3 - San Diego, CA @ The Observatory North Park *
12/5 - Los Angeles, CA @ Palace Theater *
12/7 - Oakland, CA @ Fox Theater *
12/9 - Portland, OR @ Roseland *
12/10 - Vancouver, BC @ The Orpheum Theatre *
12/11 - Seattle, WA @ Moore Theatre *
12/13 - Salt Lake City, UT @ The Depot *
12/14 - Denver, CO @ The Gothic Theatre *
12/15 - Denver, CO @ The Gothic Theatre *

* w/ Angel Olsen

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