And that's why you bought the new album.
The Bieber, the Apple, the D'Angelo, and more.
But first, she had to tell someone off.
Talking and texting and inebriating and listening to music and staying up late and generally spending a lot of hanging-out time with one of America’s most mesmerizing and (ordinarily) most reclusive songwriters.
NME, you oughtta know [better].
And her album is streaming now.
For "Every Single Night."
Another way to justify staying indoors.
Plus, more new Fiona and Usher.
Check out "Werewolf."
Check out "Every Single Night."
There's a song about werewolves.
And she didn't even quote Maya Angelou once!
We remain incredibly excited for her new album.
A critic bears witness to a genuinely staggering level of emotional sensitivity.
Hear "Anything We Want."
"Criminal:" still a smash. (Of course.)
Never change, Fiona.
Welcome back, Fiona.
But don't expect to hear any songs from it for a while.
So where's the album?
Yes, more from 'Rave On Buddy Holly.'