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James Vincent McMorrow

James Vincent McMorrow James Vincent McMorrow

James Vincent McMorrow has announced plans for new album ‘We Move’, which will be released via Believe Recordings / Harvest on X (with new single X premiering today). This follows 2010’s platinum-selling ‘Early In The Morning’, which also reached number 1 in Ireland, and acclaimed follow-up ‘Post Tropical’ (nominated for the Choice Music Prize, and leading to sold-out worldwide shows spanning two nights at Sydney Opera House to London’s Barbican & Shepherd’s Bush Empire). 2016 has already seen McMorrow surpass 100+ million streams, collaborate with Kygo, and feature in the quickly-viral trailer for the latest series of Game of Thrones, with further album and live plans to follow shortly.

Written in constant transition – and recorded between Toronto, Dublin and London – ‘We Move’ is James Vincent McMorrow’s most expansive, generous and ambitious record to date. There is, on the other hand, something more stripped-back – vulnerable, even – surfacing for the first time: far from the dense, protective imagery at the heart of ‘Post Tropical’, ‘We Move’ is ultimately a record open in its portrait of anxiety and social unease. For McMorrow, it’s about celebrating mental fragility – and how we move forward in life – rather than “people listening to my songs and believing that I’m out in the forest all day long, thinking about trees. Because I’m actually at home, trying to convince myself to go out and get milk.”

The first steps to ‘We Move’ took place in 2014, when James – having been asked to write for different artists’ projects – started sketching out ideas for others on tour (and subsequently stopped over-analysing his own work). Intent on doing the opposite of everything he’d done thus far, McMorrow then came off the road, but kept exploring: first through Barcelona, then Canada, and stopping in Los Angeles for six particularly fish-out-of-water months, where the songs for the album crystallised. He returned to Dublin determined not to just produce another album himself, but to work with people who could articulate the unique world he heard in his head (“I grew up wanting to write songs like Neil Young but produce them like The Neptunes”). And so James reached out to a few key co-producers he’d met whilst travelling, who formed the backbone of ‘We Move’: namely, Nineteen85 (Drake, DVSN), Two Inch Punch (Sam Smith, Years & Years), and Frank Dukes (Kanye West, Rihanna). Mixing took place largely in Miami with one of McMorrow’s all-time heroes, Jimmy Douglass - known for his work from Donny Hathaway through to Timbaland – who finessed the record’s warm, vintage yet forward-thinking feel.

The result is an album about movement – geographically, mentally, emotionally – which remains focused on finding your place in that future. First track ‘Rising Water’ is starkly-produced and skyscraper-sized in its sense of catharsis (“I never once was sad for what I’ve done”): ‘Evil’, meanwhile, questions whether you might in fact be a bad person, because you don’t see life the way other people do (its tone is celebratory rather than ominous, however). Heavier still is ‘I Lie Awake Every Night’, which sees James address for the first time the eating disorder he has battled since he was a child (“it’s about lying in hospital when I was a kid, thinking I shouldn’t be there, and trying to reconcile those two things”). ‘We Move’ reacts against McMorrow’s instincts to obscure ideas such as this, and ultimately embraces a shared, collective awkwardness, and the idea that maybe we’re all putting on a brave face in some way.

Beginning with [first single], ‘We Move’ continues a remarkable journey for the Dublin-born singer and songwriter, whose early work offered little clue as to the sounds and situations that would follow. It’s a remarkably assured collection, informed by this idea that you might not have to listen to others when they tell you how they think life is supposed to go; and that as you grow up, you lose things along the way. Rather, ‘We Move’ suggests it’s possible to what you want to keep, and lose what you want to lose.  

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James Vincent McMorrow live in 3voor12 Radio

James Vincent McMorrow 13-09-2016

Met zijn nieuwe album 'We Move' op zak was James Vincent McMorrow gisteren te gast in 3voor12 Radio op 3FM. Zijn nieuwe geluid, meer electronisch en soul, werd enthousiast ontvangen. Bekijk hier het optreden terug. Op 19 oktober is James Vincent McMorow te zien in TivoliVredenburg (grote zaal). Het betreft een semi-seated show. Kaarten zijn te bestellen via de website van het podium.

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James Vincent McMorrow 18-05-2016

James Vincent McMorrow, de populaire Ierse singer-songwriter uit Dublin, komt naar Nederland. Op 19 oktober is de zeer succesvolle songsmid te zien in TivoliVredenburg (grote zaal). Het betreft een semi-seated show. Dit concert volgt na de release van zijn derde studioalbum dat deze zomer wordt verwacht. Meer informatie hierover wordt binnenkort bekend gemaakt. De kaartverkoop start op vrijdag 20 mei om 11:00 uur. Kaarten zijn te bestellen via de ...

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James Vincent McMorrow in juni op Naked Song en Caprera

James Vincent McMorrow 21-01-2015

In juni komt James Vincent McMorrow voor 2 concerten naar Nederland. De geliefde singer-songwriter uit Dublin zal 6 juni te zien zijn tijdens het Naked Song Festival in Eindhoven en op 7 juni presenteert Patronaat een eigen headline show in het openluchttheater Caprera Bloemendaal. De kaartverkoop voor dit concert start op zaterdag 24 januari om 10:00 uur via De voorverkoop van Naked Song is reeds gestart.  ...

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