Norah Jones is floating on a brownstone building through a downtown cityscape in the 'Chasing Pirates' music video.
Norah Jones is dressed up as a pirate in a music video supporting her new single "Chasing Pirates". She sails through a downtown cityscape in a quest to find the ocean, but instead of using ship, she goes floating on a brownstone building.
The video is directed by Rich Lee, the same man who did visual effects for "Pirates of the Caribbean" movie series. It was filmed in Norah's hometown, New York City and is premiered on VH1.
"Chasing Pirates" is the first single from Norah Jones' upcoming fourth studio album "The Fall" which is due for November 17 U.S. release. "For this record, I just had a sound in my head," she said. "I wanted the grooves to be more present and heavy."
"And I also just wanted to do something different - I've been hanging with the same group of musicians for a long time, and I thought it was a good time for me to work with different people and experiment a little."
Norah Jones' "Chasing Pirates" music video