Låpsley has finally dropped her much anticipated second album titled Through Water. We’ve been waiting for quite some time for this album to drop, and finally, it’s in our hands and we could not be happier.

Låpsley has released her highly-anticipated second album Through Water today via XL Recordings / Remote Control.

She has also released a visual for ‘Speaking of the End.’ ‘Speaking of the End’ is a ballad that gets to the heart of Through Water’s duality, reflecting on relationships of the past with a firm eye on the future. It’s another beautiful cut from a self-produced record that’s already been described by Q Magazine as “even more affecting than its predecessor” while DIY Magazine stated, “Her work has always been defined by its understated, vulnerable nature, but here it feels much more of an intention than accident – an artist learning to lean into their strengths, no longer shrinking back in the wake of darkness”.

Meanwhile, Låpsley’s current single ‘Womxn’ continues to be one of her most connective songs to date. Embraced around the world as one of the anthems for this year’s International Women’s Day, it was chosen by TikTok to be their official song of IWD while Taylor Swift included it in her official IWD playlist. Låpsley also performed the song live at March4Women, London’s official International Women’s Day event.

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.

Listen to ‘Speaking of the End’ from the brand new album below.

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