Karen O Drops Sweet Music Video for 'Day Go By': WatchCrush Songs, which is Karen O's debut solo album, is out now on Cult Records.
Karen O Covers 'A Marshmallow World' for Target's Holiday Ads: ListenPerhaps not surprisingly, Karen O's rendition is a much janglier lo-fi affair.
Stream Karen O's New Solo Album 'Crush Songs'It might not be quite the Yeah Yeah Yeahs rock record you'd expect, but Karen O is streaming her new one.
Karen O Shares New Single 'Day Go By': ListenCrush Songs is due out Sept. 9.
Karen O Goes Swimming in 'Rapt' Video: WatchThe video shows Karen O hangin' underwater, fading in and out of shots so as not to drown, all while the song, "Rapt," unfolds its minimal self.
Karen O To Release Solo Debut This FallThe singer's first solo album, Crush Songs—out September 9 via Julian Casablancas' label, Cult—will be more in the vein of her GRAMMY-nominated "The Moon Song" from Spike Jonze's movie, Her.
Watch Karen O Perform 'The Moon Song' with Ezra Koenig of Vampire Weekend at The OscarsFrom the movie 'Her' (note the matching socks).
Vampire Weekend's Ezra Koenig & Yeah Yeah Yeah's Karen O Reveal Alternate "Moon Song"Yeah Yeah Yeah's Karen collaborated with Vampire Weekend's Ezra Koenig on this alternate version of "The Moon Song" from Spike Jonze's movie 'Her.'
Yeah Yeah Yeahs' Karen O Covers Bob Marley's 'I Shot The Sheriff'Karen O, frontwoman of the Yeah Yeah Yeahs, has masterfully taken Bob Marley’s classic song of defiance, “I Shot the Sheriff,” and with a little help from the hip-hop duo N.A.S.A., turned into a slick, dance friendly tune.
Jared Leto, U2, Karen O & Arcade Fire Earn Oscar Nominations This YearJared Leto, U2 and Karen O from the Yeah Yeah Yeahs are all up for Oscar gold this year at the 86th Annual Academy Awards.
Yeah Yeah Yeahs' Karen O Gets 'Her' Acoustic On With 'The Moon Song'Yeah Yeah Yeahs frontwoman Karen O has released a new solo track, "The Moon Song," inspired by and written for the upcoming Spike Jonze movie, 'Her.'
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