Norah Jones Performs New Album “Little Broken Hearts” at SXSW

Norah Jones played her entire new album at this year’s South By Southwest.

Ten years after she performed “Come Away With Me” at SXSW in Austin, she returned to play her entire new album “Little Broken Hearts” at La Zona Rosa on Saturday night.

“It’s a little scary sharing these songs with new people, but we’re all friends, right?” she asked a crowd of a few hundred.

This was just the second time she’s played in public the stylish yet deeply emotional material on the 12-song collaboration with Danger Mouse, out May 1.

She thought Austin — in her home state of Texas — was the perfect place to share “Little Broken Hearts.”

“It seemed to make sense to come back to my new record,” Jones said. “I’m just going to play the new record. I’m not even going to play any old songs because it’s South By Southwest. It doesn’t seem wrong to do it that way. It’s fun. This is a festival. It’s for new bands but it’s also just for new stuff, so it feels right to do the new record.”

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