Nothing Sounds Quite Like Vagabon's 'Flood Hands'

Lætitia Tamko originally wrote "Flood Hands" for a pop duo, but had to keep it for herself. The artist shares the single and announces her upcoming album All the Women in Me, due out Sept. 27.
Vagabon's All the Women in Me comes out Sept. 27. Source: Tonje Thilesen

Maybe the title of the 2017 album was prophetic: by the time Lætitia Tamko took these songs on tour with the likes of and , the shapes spun out of their ragged indie-rock clothes and became amorphous, with.

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