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August 2020
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Norwegian popster Annie has returned with her first album in ten years

Check out her new single, 'American Cars'.
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Published: 9:42 pm, June 19, 2020
Norwegian popster Annie has returned with her first album in ten years

Norwegian popster Annie has returned with her first album in ten years.

'Dark Hearts' is described by Annie as “the soundtrack to a film that doesn’t exist”, and will arrive on 16th October, preceded by are single 'American Cars'.

Of the song, she adds: “It was partly inspired by the David Cronenberg film Crash. It was 2pm and the only other people in the cinema were two old men, a mum and her screaming baby, and sixteen-year-old me. It was quite a strange experience. The film is about pushing it to the edge. When you’re looking for something dark you don’t necessarily know why you’re doing it. But you’re pushing the boundaries. You can fall, or almost fall, but you climb back."

Give 'American Cars' a listen below; the full tracklisting reads:

1. In Heaven
2. The Streets Where I Belong
3. Dark Hearts
4. Miracle Mile
5. Corridors of Time
6. Forever ’92
7. American Cars
8. Mermaid Dreams
9. Stay Tomorrow
10. The Countdown to the End of the World
11. The Bomb
12. The Untold Story
13. It’s Finally Over

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