At the end of February, Vagabon, the band project of multi-instrumentalist and songwriter Laetitia Tamko, released a debut album “Infinite Worlds” to considerable praise internationally, including an 8.5 at Best New Music at Pitchfork, who had already championed her as an “indie-rock gamechanger” in a feature at the start of the year.  Significant support has arrived elsewhere, with Jenny Gathright at NPR calling the album
“the most powerful meditation on the politics of space I’ve heard since Solange’s A Seat At The Table.”

Infinite Worlds is available now via Father/Daughter Records.

She is about to start a first ever tour of the UK with the following dates:

May 25 – London, UK @ Electrowerkz (SOLD OUT)
May 26 – Manchester, UK @ Dot to Dot Festival
May 27 – Bristol, UK @ Dot to Dot Festival
May 28 – Nottingham, UK @ Dot to Dot Festival

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