Vagabon, the moniker of Lætitia Tamko, just released a new song “Carpenter,”. The single, which was co-produced by Tamko and Rostam (Vampire Weekend, Haim, Clairo, Maggie Rogers), is her first newly created solo music since her 2019 critically acclaimed self-titled album, which made countless year-end lists upon its release, including The New York Times, Pitchfork, Billboard, and NPR. Vagabon is currently working on a new album, to be released later in 2023.
Last year, Tamako was featured on the Monako track “Hollow Moon.” In 2021, she released a collaboration with Courtney Barnett: a cover of Tim Hardin’s “Reason to Believe,” inspired by Karen Dalton’s version of the song. That same year, she joined Jamila Woods on Miloe’s song “Winona” and again joined Barnett on Sharon Van Etten’s “Don’t Do It.” A new version of the Vagabon song “Home Soon,” with full orchestra, was featured in the 2020 film Antebellum, and a previously unreleased track, “The Wild” also was featured in a soundtrack, for the film Turning.
Based in: New York City, USA
Represented by: Benedikt Zillich
The New York artist and producer Lætitia Tamko, better known as VAGABON, releases her new album Sorry i Haven´t Called on Nonesuch Records, September 15. Co-produced by Tamko and Rostam (Vampire Weekend, Haim, Clairo etc.), it´s her first newly created solo music since her 2019 critically acclaimed self-titled album, which made countless year-end lists. In the meantime, collaborations with Courtney Barnett, Angel Olsen, Jamila Woods and others kept her busy. The new album features twelve vibrant tracks Tamko wrote and produced primarily in Germany that channel dance music and effervescent pop, with the singles ‚Carpenter‘, ‚Can I Talk My Shit‘ and ‚Do Your Worst‘ already giving a great insight on the the new sound. On stage you´ll see VAGABON supporting Arlo Parks in September throughout Europe, before she going on a US headline tour in and returning to Europe in November to tour with Weyes Blood.