Nine-time Grammy award winner Norah Jones will release her ninth solo studio album, Visions, in March.

The singer, songwriter and pianist worked alongside producer and multi-instrumentalist Leon Michels on the 12-track album.  Visions finds Norah Jones taking on freedom, the desire to dance, making things right and the acceptance of what life brings.

The first taste of the album has landed with lead single Running which is out now.  The track features Norah Jones on vocals, piano, guitar and bass with Leon Michels on drums and baritone saxophone.

Speaking about the album, Norah Jones said, “The reason I called the album Visions is because a lot of the ideas came in the middle of the night or in that moment right before sleep, and ‘Running’ was one of them where you’re half asleep and kind of jolted awake,” says Jones. “We did most of the songs in the same way where I was at the piano or on guitar and Leon was playing drums and we were just jamming on stuff. I like the rawness between me and Leon, the way it sounds kind of garage-y but also kind of soulful, because that’s where he’s coming from, but also not overly perfected.”

Norah Jones will release Visions on 8 March 2024.

Image of Norah Jones courtesy Joelle Grace Taylor