Album reviews: Lianne La Havas, The Coronas, Mick Flannery

A neo-soul experimentalist tackles Radiohead; a classic sad-bangers band rambles on with a new line-up; and a live album makes you wish you were there

26th July, 2020
Album reviews: Lianne La Havas, The Coronas, Mick Flannery

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Lianne La Havas

Lianne La Havas (Warner Music)

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