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Vagabon: Vagabon review

Delivered... Laura Snapes | Scene | Fri 18 Oct 2019 9:30 am

(Nonesuch)
Swapping crunching guitars for softer electronics, Laetitia Tamko’s second album is both sharp and tender

When Laetitia Tamko released her 2017 debut as Vagabon, the Cameroon-born artist was described as a saviour of indie rock, a genre largely dominated by white performers. The accolades were as limiting as they were well-intentioned, burdening Tamko as a corrective to a sound that probably didn’t represent the sum of her ambition or ability. Whether it’s a natural evolution or a pointed refusal, her second album swaps crunching guitars for a softer, mostly synthetic setting, a sound as expansive as it is intimate.

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