Norah Jones has just released a very special new album called Covers. As suggested by the title, the album features all covers in the form of "ten rare and unreleased tracks recorded over the first decade of Jones’ career."
Listeners can look forward to some of Norah's favorites, which include Bob Dylan, Johnny Cash, Willie Nelson, Tom Waits, Wilco, and Horace Silver.
Above, find a video of Norah covering Johhny Cash's "Cry Cry Cry" live!
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Pop darlings The xx were flung into the limelight a few years ago, and since have been on a non-stop journey. The young British group share their story in a three-part documentary they break up into "Recording," "Rehearsal," and "Live," giving you a well-rounded picture of exactly what goes on in their world. Watch part one above, and the remaining two parts after the jump.
The group also recently released a holiday tune covering Wham. You can stream "Last Christmas" below and enjoy the shivers that these guys invariably rule at giving. The son is also a free download!
Spotify's What's Next conference held recently yielded a pleasant little Radiohead cover of "Fake Plastic Trees" by our boy Frank Ocean. Above, watch the super DIY fan video to get a little taste. Can't wait for more from this, dude. Always a treat.
Fresh off her Sade cover for "Cherish The Day," our girl Siaira Shawn has a new favorite she's decided to cover. The chilling Little Dragon song "Twice" gets the Siaira Shawn a cappella treatment with an equally haunting video that draws everything still. Hope we'll get to hear more beyond these snippets, too!