(Photo by Mario Sorrenti)
I’m excited to give you the first look at the single artwork for “Who You Love,” shot by the great Mario Sorrenti. Get it at the iTunes Store, and then head over to Vanity Fair to see exclusive photos from the shoot. And yes, we look like this at home pretty much all the time.
Please…, 2008. Jeppe Hein, Boston Museum of Fine Art.
Grand Central Station, NYC, 1941. The light does not stream in like this anymore because the buildings around the station are too tall.
Thinking Of You (2005), Tracey Emin
“Suddenly, all at once, she knows, knows that he doesn’t understand her, that he never will, that he lacks the power to understand such perverseness. And that he can never move fast enough to catch her.”
― Marguerite Duras, The Lover
For me, I only write songs in one mood: ready to write a song mood. That’s a very encouraged, inspired, creative space. I can pull up the bad moods, the sadness from that vantage point, but I’ve never entered an anger trance and come to with a big fat song. I have to be really present and centered to make it happen.