Photo: Getty Images/Rich Polk
  /  12.23.2020


Back in July, Lianne La Havas unveiled her self-titled third studio album, which saw 12 tracks and was led by the singles “Paper Thin,” “Can’t Fight,” and “Weird Fishes,” a cover of Radiohead’s In Rainbows standout. Just before that release made landfall, the UK songstress treated her quarantined fans to a live stream performance at London’s Roundhouse, performing cuts from both the aforementioned album and its sophomoric predecessor Blood.

This past weekend, Lianne La Havas unveiled a new EP titled Live At The Roundhouse, which contains five live cuts from her live streamed performance — including “Can’t Fight” and other top quality singles like “Midnight” and “Courage.” It’s definitely a nice short-play to hold over fans until the world finally reopens — if and when that will ever take place.

In addition to Live At The Roundhouse, Lianne La Havas recently took instrument company Fender behind the scenes for a songwriting session, where she showed off — and played — he American Acoustasonic Stratocaster and spoke on her beginnings with a guitar:

“I never had any role models that were female playing the guitar – nobody that looked like me… So I used to think that guitar was just for boys. And I remember rejecting a guitar at the age of about six or seven, thinking, ‘No, that’s just for boys – I can’t do that.’”

La Havas also recently revealed to the Evening Standard her plans for the holidays, which will apparently involve some quality time with her boyfriend and a “Zoom Christmas” with family members and other loved ones she’s unable to see face-to-face because of COVID-19 — something that many of us will surely relate to.

Fans can press play on both Live At The Roundhouse and her sit-down with Fender below. For those that missed it, Lianne La Havas can be streamed in full here.

YOU MIGHT ALSO LIKE

YOU MIGHT ALSO LIKE

View More

YOU MIGHT ALSO LIKE

YOU MIGHT ALSO LIKE

View More

Trending

Lil Duval, Sukihana, Project Pat, Big Homies House & Lil Scrappy join "Big Facts Live"

The “Big Facts” crew is live from the Buckhead Theatre in Atlanta, GA to celebrate ...
  /  01.04.2022

Research is key in the metaverse | 'MetaMoney'

On this episode of “MetaMoney,” host Stockz stresses how important it is to do your ...
  /  07.15.2022

Tour Tales | Watching Alicia Keys taught D Smoke how to use songs to create moments

“Her show continually evolves,” D Smoke tells REVOLT in this installment of “Tour Tales.”
  /  09.20.2022

Halftime Report | Serena Williams' boundless legacy leaves an indelible mark on tennis and beyond

The only time Serena Williams has ever stayed within the lines is on the tennis ...
  /  09.21.2022
View More