Laetitia Sadier

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French musician and former front-woman for the rock band Stereolab

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Beloved pop band Stereolab ended their run in 2009, but front-woman Laetitia Sadier continues to release notable music as a solo artist.

Laetitia Sadier

Beloved pop band Stereolab ended their run in 2009, but front-woman Laetitia Sadier continues to release notable music as a solo artist.

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