Stereolab's Laetitia Sadier Teases Solo Album with "New Moon"

BY Calum SlingerlandPublished Oct 18, 2021

Stereolab's Laetitia Sadier has returned with a new solo single. "New Moon" marks the artist's first release since 2017, and you can hear it below.

Recorded in London with Hannes Plattmeie, "New Moon" is the first song to arrive from Sadier's untitled, forthcoming album that is due to be released in 2022 via Duophonic Super 45s and Drag City. The album will follow 2017's Find Me Finding You, which was released as Laetitia Sadier Source Ensemble.

In a statement, Sadier shares of her latest, "The nature of trauma — by going through a process of feeling the emotions of all of that has stricken or afflicted us, individually. By not avoiding these feelings, it's a way to evolve and cut the ties of the past, that are keeping us down and into the turmoil we are currently experiencing."

Earlier this year, Sadier and her Stereolab bandmates unearthed lost classics on Electrically Possessed [Switched On Volume 4]. Her last solo release under her own name was 2014's Something Shines.

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