On Friday 20 March, Låpsley will release her highly-anticipated second album via XL Recordings / Remote Control. Titled Through Water, it’s the follow up to her 2016 album Long Way Home.
Through Water is without doubt Låpsley’s most accomplished work to date, written and recorded during her transition into young womanhood. With Låpsley as the major producer and songwriter, the ten songs (whittled down from over one hundred) reflect her newfound confidence, clarity and self-awareness as an artist, documenting a wealth of personal experiences and coming-of-age stories set against a thematic backdrop of water, climate, weather and the elements.
To celebrate news of the new album, Låpsley today reveals her new single ‘Womxn’ and its equally stunning accompanying video. Directed by Jane Stockdale – a photographer and filmmaker famed for her work in the sports world – the video was shot in the wilds of the Yorkshire Moors and features renowned female cyclists Anneleen Bosma, Jenna Meth and Yewande Adesia battling every element the British winter has to throw at them. It is at once tough, raw, authentic and inspiring.
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