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Info for Vagabon
“Break the rules you think you are bound by.”
That’s the recurring sentiment Lætitia Tamko carried with her through the writing and recording of her second album under the Vagabon moniker. Her first, 2017’s Infinite Worlds, was an indie breakthrough that put her on the map, prompting Tamko to tour around the world and quit her job in electrical/computer engineering to pursue a career in music full-time. Tamko’s self-titled Nonesuch Records debut finds her in a state of creative expansion, leaning fully into some of the experimental instincts she flirted with on the previous album. This time around, she’s throwing genre to the wind. Vagabon is a vibrant culmination of influences, emotional landscapes, and moods; a colorful and masterful statement by an artist and producer stepping into her own.
Engineered by Jason Agel, Eric Littmann, Andrew Lappin, Thomas Bartlett, Laetitia Tamko
Mixed by John Congleton
Recorded at Home Studio, SoundEQ Studios, Sunset Sound, Boulevard Studio
Mastered by Ted Jensen, Sterling Sound
Produced by Laetitia Tamko
Vagabon (aka Lætitia Tamko)
announces her sophomore album, All The Women In Me, due September 27 via Nonesuch Records. The follow up to her breakout debut, Infinite Worlds, All The Women In Me is an artistic leap for Tamko, who wrote and produced the entire album. Guitar-driven melodies are largely absent, replaced by hybridized analog and digital arrangements.
Of “Flood Hands,” on which she performs all of the instruments, Tamko says “‘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.”