Music show: Dutch artist Luwten opens up to the world on second LP ‘Draft’ • FRANCE 24 English

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Hailing from the Netherlands, artist Tessa Douwstra performs under the name Luwten, which means “a place without wind” in Dutch. Her music channels traditional indie songwriting through a kaleidoscope of modern pop and experimental R&B. She recently released her second LP entitled “Draft”, which features 11 complex and well-crafted tracks. She tells FRANCE 24’s Florence Villeminot about wanting to writing about the transition from introspection to a more outward-focused life.

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