Well, lookie what we have here: Norah Jones is heading out on a big ol' summer tour, beginning in late June, in support of Little Broken Hearts, her awesome new collaborative album with producer Danger Mouse .
We caught Jones last week at SXSW, where she put in one of the fest's best sets by playing her entire new album live. Fuse's Jason Newman was at the show...
"The 40-minute album is Jones' most personal and introspective of her career; a concept album detailing a painful breakup," Newman wrote in Fuse's glowing review. "Musically, the album channels Sergio Leone's sweeping Western soundtracks and Angelo Badalamenti's dark, brooding scores, as slow-building, swirling synths blended with slight country twangs. Jones played acoustic guitar, electric guitar, piano and wurlitzer, and even when the music picked up, as on 'After the Fall,' the vibe remained mellow."
So expect mellow vibes to nurture a devastating heartbreak. Sounds good to me. So... I'll see ya there? Check out the full tour dates right here.