Fourth studio release is due out in November
Norah Jones has announced that her fourth studio album will be released in November.
The singer-songwriter has been working on the record for the past two years, and collaborated with Ryan Adams, Jesse Harris and Okkervil River’s Will Sheff. The album was produced by Jacquire King.
Jones says she has tried some “different things” on the album, including a new band.
She said: “I’d been playing with the same musicians for a long time. We’re all still friendly and I hope we play together again, but it felt like a good time to work with new people and experiment with different sounds.”
King helped Jones find new musicians to play on the album, and these include drummer Joey Waronker, who’s previously played with Beck and R.E.M, Erykah Badu and Al Green keyboardist James Poyser and guitarist Marc Ribot, who’s previously worked with Tom Waits and Elvis Costello.
A release date and tracklisting will be announced soon.
–By our New York staff.
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