With this haunting take, you can hear Karen Marie Ørsted’s heartbreak and pain, coupled with her dreamy vocals. “I wrote this song on the night of me and my ex-boyfriend’s breakup,” Ørsted explained. “The song just wrote itself, and I followed — it describes exactly how I felt at that moment. I recorded it the day after in my old room at my parents’ house."
You can definitely feel (and hear) the emotion in this version of the song. At least Ørsted made good use of that heartbreak.
MØ will be coming back to the U.S. this fall — see below for tour dates.
MØ's Fall 2014 Tour Dates
September 22, 9:30 Club in Washington, DC
September 24, Paradise in Boston, MA
September 25, Webster Hall in New York, NY
September 26, Union Transfer in Philadelphia, PA
September 27, Corona in Montreal, QC
September 28, Hoxton in Toronto, ON
September 30, Concord Music Hall in Chicago, IL
October 1, Varsity Theater in Minneapolis, MN
October 2, Granada Theater in Lawrence, KS
October 3-5, Austin City Limits in Austin, TX
October 7, Spanish Moon in Baton Rouge, LA
October 11-12, Corona Capital in Mexico City, MX
October 10-12, Austin City Limits in Austin, TX
October 16, Regent Theater in Los Angeles, CA
October 18-19, Treasure Island Festival in San Francisco, CA
October 20. Neptune in Seattle, WA
October 21, Wonder Ballroom in Portland, OR
October 22, The Imperial in Vancouver, BC