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Lianne La Havas: The Voice Of What's To ComeWFUV On-Air: Music Discovery Starts Here

The music of 23-year-old singer-songwriter Lianne La Havas expresses a thoughtful curiosity that brims with hope and wonder about the world. She recently stopped by WFUV to talk about her debut album — titled Is Your Love Big Enough? — and perform the title track in studio.

La Havas' personal and musical positivity is infectious. Armed with just a secondhand guitar and a soulful voice, the British singer filled our studio with a sound and energy that all but tore the roof off.

You can watch more performances from this session and hear the full interview over at WFUV.org.

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