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New visual from Problem off his upcoming EP Understand Me, which drops December 10th.
Previously: Problem – Understand Me (EP Stream)
Brun’s second collection of the year, Rarities follows the release of Songs 2003-2013 in May and is being praised by Stereo Subversion as “the proper monument for an artist intent on documenting an achievement” and by Ear Buddy as a “must listen.” Both collections are celebrations of Brun’s critically acclaimed and highly successful ten-year music career, and Rarities features lesser-known works spanning her time as a recording artist. According to Brun, “Rarities is a compilation of songs and recordings that have either not been released, or have been released on other compilations or as singles. This is a way to empty our cupboards of recordings that have been lying around, and another way to mark my ten year anniversary as an artist.” The collection includes covers of Björk and The Beatles, among others, as well as new versions of fan favorites and previously unreleased songs.
WATCH | Ane Brun - 'Daring To Love'
Rarities collects some of the more private moments from Brun’s career. Her cover of 'Halo' derives from a tradition of singing the song backstage to warm up on her 2009 tour with The Diamonds. The Beatles’ 'From Me To You' and Amerie’s '1 Thing' were recorded alone in Brun’s Stockholm studio. The piano version of 'Oh Love,' is a recording of a performance of the song for a small group of friends. On the other hand, Rarities also includes some very public moments released for the first time. Brun’s rendition of Björk’s 'Joga' was recorded at the 2012 Polar Prize Award Ceremony in front of Björk herself and a TV audience of millions. Brun remembers being “as nervous as I’ve ever been, both before and after.” Fans may recognize the new version of 'Humming One of Your Songs,' the first track from Brun’s very first album, from renditions at live shows the past few years.
Brun was born in Norway and lives in Stockholm. She has recorded eight albums over the last ten years. In 2005, her second album A Temporary Dive earned her critical acclaim at home and abroad and the Norwegian Grammy for Best Female Artist. Her third album The Changing Of The Seasons was recorded in Iceland by Valgier Sigursson, of which the New York Times said, “Changing of the Seasons offers the kind of comfort that only well-versed singer-songwriters can give. An album full of sad songs to revel in as the days grow shorter and colder, Seasons is Brun’s strongest work yet.” Songs 2003-2013 was a confirmation of Brun’s achievements as a songwriter, and Rarities furthers that proclamation, celebrating the less-known corners of Brun’s catalog.
Ane Brun Tour Dates:
*With special guest Linnea Olsson
- February 11 Vienna, VA Jammin Java*
- February 12 New York, NY Highline Ballroom*
- February 13 Montreal, QC L’Astral*
- February 14 Toronto, ON Rivoli*
- February 15 Chicago, IL Schubas Tavern*
- February 17 Vancouver, BC Electric Owl*
- February 18 Seattle, WA Crocodile Lounge*
February 19 San Francisco, CA Yoshis*
- February 21 San Deigo, CA Casbah*
- February 22 Los Angeles, CA The Mint*
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