The Staves

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The Staves: Good Woman review
On their third release, the Watford trio’s beautiful songwriting thrums with frustration at powerlessness and passivity

Rachel Aroesti

05, Feb, 2021 @8:30 AM

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The Staves & yMusic: The Way Is Read review – mind the Watford-New York gap
(Nonesuch)

Phil Mongredien

03, Dec, 2017 @8:00 AM

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Robert Plant, Femi Kuti and Laura Marling to play Guy Garvey's Meltdown
Elbow frontman and BBC 6 Music DJ announces the Southbank music festival will also feature Connan Mockasin, Lift to Experience and the Staves, and there will be a theme – boats

Guardian music

08, Mar, 2016 @12:54 PM

My Glastonbury: the stars' best festival pictures on Instagram
From Lionel Richie eating baked beans to Kim and Kanye’s aerial arrival, this is how the celebs saw Glastonbury

28, Jun, 2015 @3:11 PM

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The Staves: If I Was review – a bolder sound drives subtler words
The Watford sisters’ second album benefits from the production of Bon Iver’s Justin Vernon, crafting slow waves of emotion

Maddy Costa

19, Mar, 2015 @9:45 PM

Big Black Delta, Bo Bruce, The Staves: this week's new tracks

Big Black Delta | Bo Bruce | Pitbull Feat Christina Aguilera | The Staves | Clean Bandit

David Whitehouse

26, Apr, 2013 @12:00 PM

Tegan And Sara, Rita Ora: this week's new tracks

Tegan And Sara | Rita Ora | God Damn | Gabrielle Aplin | Anavae | The Staves

Michael Hogan

11, Feb, 2013 @6:00 AM

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On the talent trail at Other Voices 2012

From the Staves to the Strypes, this year's festival on the west coast of Ireland featured an impressive array of young artists

Kate Mossman

06, Dec, 2012 @10:54 AM

Other Voices festival 2012: day three in pictures

The Unthanks, the Staves, Palma Violets and Josephine Oniyama were among the acts taking to the stage as the Other Voices festival in Dingle on the west coast of Ireland drew to a close this week. Here are images from the event, onstage and off

Sean Smith

05, Dec, 2012 @3:20 PM

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The Staves – review

The Stavely-Taylor sisters are far more fun and spunky on stage than their chaste, prim folk-rolk might suggest, writes Ian Gittins

Ian Gittins

20, Nov, 2012 @5:50 PM

The Staves: Dead & Born & Grown – review
Lyrically, the Staves are unflinching and forceful, but the music behind their gossamer harmonies is all too weak, writes Maddy Costa

Maddy Costa

15, Nov, 2012 @9:45 PM

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The Staves: 'We don't live in a log cabin'

With Tom Jones and Bon Iver among their fans, why do Watford sisters the Staves need to convince the owner of their local pub that they deserve a place on her wall of fame, asks Tom Lamont

Tom Lamont

11, Nov, 2012 @12:04 AM

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