℗ 2020 Warner Records UK, a division of Warner Music UK Limited.
Released February 25, 2020
Duration 3m 56s
Record Label Warner Records
Genre R&B (Soul)

Bittersweet (Single)

Lianne La Havas

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Lianne La Havas
British singer/songwriter/guitarist Lianne La Havas has released her first new music since 2016 with the song "Bittersweet". Lianne La Havas's most recent album, Blood (2015), was nominated for a Grammy Award for "Best Urban Contemporary Album". It received tremendous critical praise, with the New York Times saying, "There are cross-currents of rhythm and harmony, of melancholy and bliss, of romance and self-determination, of playfulness and purpose. But what comes across first is the sheer grace of her voice. It can be a breathy purr, a lilting tease, a liquid confession or a torchy declaration." "I'd forgotten how much I love singing. I've tapped into the best and worst parts of me and while I didn't expect this to be the direction of my new music, it's my reality and it's driven by emotion." - Lianne La Havas
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