On sale in November (date TBD)
Norah Jones burst out of the career gate like a sprinter, but she's always had more of a marathoner's gait. That explains why she spent three albums happily working the same languid corner of the coffeehouse and why, on her fourth album, she's decided to pick up the pace just a bit. Jones recruited producer Jacquire King (Kings of Leon, Modest Mouse) to force her to get a bit more groove-conscious, while Ryan Adams and Okkervil River's Will Sheff were brought in as new songwriting partners. The result is rumored to be a Norah Jones album that gallops as well as soothes.