Travelin’ On – Norah Jones

My all time favourite Norah Jones will be coming to Montreal in early July and I WON’T BE THERE. Now I understand why my BFF Jaye gets frustrated when he misses his favourite band’s concert every time when he leaves Saskatoon for Hong Kong in summer. Anyway, Norah Jones just released another new song from her new album “Little Broken Hearts” (coming out on May 1st):

Call me when you get where you’re going / I’ll keep traveling on… Don’t be too hard on yourself… We won’t leave this place any worse than when we came.
– Travelin’ On

This song is all about moving on and the melody is so tender with the cello and acoustic guitar. As usual, Norah Jones made another little music box for us. I can hardly wait for the release of “Little Broken Hearts”.

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