James Vincent McMorrow
It’s been nothing but glorious good news for fans of beloved Irishman James Vincent McMorrow, who has revealed artwork, name and dates for his second album, Post Tropical which was released on January 3rd 2014.
On a pecan farm half a mile from the Mexican border, Post Tropical was born - a collection of sounds and ideas brought to life in rooms where the low frequencies of passing freight trains vibrated in the studio, briefly disturbing the birds in the rafters. And like most new ideas, Post Tropical is hard to describe. It requires attention and engagement, seducing you towards hidden depths.
James Vincent McMorrow’s acclaimed debut album, Early in the Morning, reached number 1, went platinum and picked up a Choice Music Prize nomination upon its release in his homeland. Australia’s love for the Irishman thrived when James made his maiden voyage to Australia over Easter 2012 – selling out his Sydney and Melbourne shows with ease, forcing venue upgrades and second shows to meet the demand. Along the way, there were shows everywhere from the Royal Festival Hall to Later...with Jools Holland, and a breakout hit with the spine-tingling cover of Steve Winwood’s ‘Higher Love’. The latter of which featured on a Pure Blonde television commercial in Australia, peaking at #12 on the iTunes Singles charts.
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