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Maintaining the elegance of her folk-soul beginnings, the Londoner explores bolder directions on her second album. Announcing this new daring, the psychedelic soul of opener Unstoppable slips into a warm, snapping groove on Green & Gold. From the gritty pop strut of What You Don’t Do to the delicate Wonderful, Blood’s changing tones suit an agile voice that can shift from fragility to fire in a captivating instant. Blood Lianne La Havas.
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Blood is the genre-blending sophomore album from singer-songwriter and guitarist Lianne La Havas. The album is inspired in large part by a trip to Jamaica that Lianne took with her mother, who is Jamaican. While there, Lianne felt a new connection to her heritage, which lead to the title of the album and inspired the song Green and Gold. Compared to her first album, 2012’s Is Your Love Big Enough, Blood is a fuller, more diverse album from a musical standpoint thanks to the number of producer Lianne met and worked with
B4: Written by Lianne La Havas & Mark Batson Published by Warner/Chappell Music, Bat Future Music Inc (BMI) Bat Future Music Inc. is Administered by Songs Of Universal, Inc. (BMI) Publishing Produced by Mark Batson For One Unlimited Media Inc. Mixed by Tom Elmhirst at Electric Lady Studios, Mix Assistant Joe Visciano Recorded at Cloud Nine Recording Retreat Engineered by Mark Batson &. Blood (CD, Album, Gat).
The English songwriter Lianne La Havas' voice marries youthful lightness with a gravitas most often ascribed to artists well beyond her 25 years. Her complex, layered second album is dynamic and poignantly self-assured. The English songwriter Lianne La Havas may be young, but her voice marries youthful lightness with a gravitas most often ascribed to artists well beyond her 25 years. Blood, her second album, builds on the immutable grace of Is Your Love Big Enough?, her 2012 debut. Melodic interruption of "Never Get Enough" notwithstanding, Blood is an almost seamless album. Tracks flow into one another with the fluidity and serenity of rain into a freshwater pond-light, refreshing, natural. But there is substance moving here, weight in the currents. La Havas' even, powerful vocals ride syrupy strings with grace and latch onto sharper rhythms with authority.
If the title is meant to hint at something bad, fans need not fear. It’s only the sophomore jinx Lianne La Havas has been stricken with. Not that her first album is good. That one does, however, have three or four stand-out songs sprinkled in among the snoozers. This new Blood set has a harder time pumping them out. The soundscape is, again, vintage in nature. Havas makes deep soul music that could’ve just as well come from long before she was born. It’s her vocal melodies, essentially the songs themselves, that disappoint. Midnight and Tokyo are mild highlights, but What You.
Lianne Charlotte Barnes (born 23 August 1989), known professionally as Lianne La Havas, is a British singer and songwriter. Her career began after being introduced to various musicians, including singer Paloma Faith, for whom she sang backing vocals. In 2010, La Havas signed to Warner Bros. Records, spending two years developing her songwriting, before releasing any music