Dive in: Joanna Newsom streams ‘Divers’ album in full
Fourth album is due out this Friday (23rd October).
Joanna Newsom is streaming her latest album ‘Divers’ in full for the 48 hours preceding its 23rd October release.
The follow-up to 2010’s ‘Have One on Me’ finds the folk artist in suitably experimental form. It contains previously unveiled tracks ‘Leaving the City’ and ‘Sapokanikan’.
Listen below, via NPR.
Earlier this week, Joanna Newsom declared streaming giant Spotify to be a “musician-hating system” - she told Los Angeles Times: “It just gives off a fume. You can just smell that something’s wrong with it.”
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04 Barcelona, Teatre BARTS
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08 Paris, Salle Gaveau
09 London, Eventim Apollo
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