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Watch Cat Power, Blood Orange, and Stella Donnelly Perform Tiny Desk Concerts

Wanderer Out Now via Domino

Feb 05, 2019 Cat Power Bookmark and Share

Cat Power (aka Chan Marshall) released a new album, Wanderer, back in October 2018 via Domino. Now she has stopped by NPR Music to perform three songs as part of their Tiny Desk Concert series. She performed “Wanderer,” “Woman,” and 2006’s “The Moon.” For the uninitiated, Tiny Desk Concerts are stripped down sets recorded at the desk of Bob Boilen, the host of NPR’s All Songs Considered. Watch Cat Power’s session below. Blood Orange and Stella Donnelly also recently did Tiny Desk Concerts and those are below too.

Blood Orange released a new album, Negro Swan, last year via Domino. Stella Donnelly is releasing her debut full-length album, Beware of the Dogs, on March 8 via Secretly Canadian.

Previously Cat Power shared a video for Wanderer‘s short opening track (and title track), “Wanderer.” Then she shared the album’s first official single, “Woman,” via a video for the song. “Woman” featured Lana Del Rey on backing vocals and was one of our Songs of the Week. Then she shared another new track from the album, “Stay,” which is actually a cover of the Rihanna song from 2012 (originally written by Justin Parker and Mikky Ekko). It was shared via a Greg Hunt-directed video of Marshall performing the song at the Los Angeles studio of Rob Schnapf (who mixed Wanderer). Then she stopped by The Late Show with Stephen Colbert to perform “Woman,” with her backing band.

Marshall produced Wanderer herself and the album was written and recorded in Miami and Los Angeles over the course of the last few years. It is Marshall’s first album for Domino after spending most of her career on Matador.

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snow plowing
February 16th 2019

She’s got a really nice hairstyle in this photo.