Ane Brun's new single, Worship, is the second single from her highly acclaimed fourth studio album, It All Starts With One, which was released in October 2011. A deluxe version of the album, which will feature twenty tracks, will be released on April 2nd, 2012. Worship is a duet with Jose Gonzales.
The video for Worship is the final act of short film One, which, is an 'apocalyptic musical in four acts about a murder committed in the form of a show where everyone except the main character knows the ending.' One is set to four of Ane's songs; the lead single, Do You Remember, served as the first part of the film and parts two and three are yet to be announced. We see the old man from Do You Remember, still tied to the bed, as he is lead to his death. One is directed by long-time partner, Magnus Renfors.
Ane Brun's debut album, Spending Time With Morgan, was released in 2003 and brought her to the public's attention. She has since gained more and more acclaim with each release. After the release of her second album, A Temporary Dive in 2005, Ane picked up the Spellemannpris (the equivalent of the Norwegian Grammies) for Best Female Artist.
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