Photo: Amit Israeli
Keren Ann is a singer-songwriter-composer-producer-engineer and self-described sound addict. She splits her time between Paris, Tel Aviv, and New York City and over the past decade she has created six beautiful albums, including her latest, 101, which finds her moving into new, dancier territory.
Keren Ann recently dropped by the Out studio to chat about 101, her gorgeous (and very gay) new video for the single "My Name Is Trouble," and more:
Afterward, we were treated to a stunningly intimate, acoustic version of "My Name Is Trouble" that's so good I stripped the audio from the video and made myself an mp3 (and suggest you all try doing the same thing at home):
For more info on Keren Ann, visit her official website and follow her on Twitter. To purchase 101, head to iTunes.
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