Annie Hart has announced her first solo album, Impossible Accomplice, to drop July 14. One of the album's eight tracks, "Run To You," can be heard for the first time here:
“I am really pleased with how it turned out," she says of the track. "For me, it really combines that soft comfortable feeling of being with someone, and there’s music playing and this push and pull of emotions, the quiet of when they send you positive signals, and then the storm of torment that erupts when you realize it’s just not going to work and you want to tell them to just shut up and stop leading you on already."
Hart is best known as one of the members of Au Revoir Simone, a Brooklyn-based, all-women synth trio. During the band's hiatus, she began creating pop songs for her own debut album.
She will perform on July 16, at Baby's All Right in Brooklyn and again on August 24, at Garden Bar in the Seaport District. Her album can be pre-ordered here.
Photo via Bushwick Darkroom
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