Norah Jones discusses working with Danger Mouse in our exclusive video interview.

When Norah Jones agreed to promote her new album, Little Broken Hearts, last month with a VIP sound session event she also gave us an exclusive interview.

She discusses her influences, her favourite recording studios and why working with Danger Mouse has meant that this album sounds different to anything she’s recorded before:

“So sonically even though we were doing everything together, [they] were doing all kinds of stuff that I have no idea what it was. I’m not a gear head at all, I don’t really like to turn knobs to find a sound, I like to just play… the sounds were very different to what I’m used to but in a wonderful way.”

Little Broken Hearts is out now.

2 Comments

  • Steven C says:

    Umm, The video seems to be private, I can’t watch it ! :(

  • Alex Bertolotti says:

    Would love to watch this video, but when I click on it to play it, it says “this video is private.” Can this be fixed soon?

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