The Word On... Norah Jones, Little Broken Hearts


Larry Ryan
Thursday 03 May 2012 18:20
Norah Jones
Norah Jones

"Albums about heartbreak certainly aren't new, but Jones puts a fresh spin on the familiar topic with lovelorn musings that are wistful and carefree, meditative and ebullient."

"This is a serious indie pop album. Jones and Burton have created something that should fit in the record collection of any Feist-loving indie kid."

"Trafficking in alternately sweet and icy singer-songwriter pop, it's a reinvention, but not a radical one. She delves into deep, dark matters."

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