James Vincent McMorrow
IN RADIO NUOVO SINGOLO ED ONLINE IL NUOVO SPLENDIDO VIDEO GIRATO IN UNO SKATE PARK DI MANATTHAN DI:“GET LOW”
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Il nuovo singolo è “Get Low” ed è tratto da“WE MOVE”, album uscito il 2 Settembre 2016 per Believe Digital Italia
Il disco nasce tra Barcellona, Los Angeles, Toronto, Londra, Dublino e vede James Vincent Mc Morrow collaborare e co-produrre l’album con i produttori Nineteen85 (Drake), Two Inch Punch (Years & Years), Frank Dukes (Kayne West) e Jimmy Douglass (Timbaland). Recentemente James Vincent Mc Morrow ha collaborato con il DJ/Producer Kygo nel brano “I’m In Love”, è stato campionato da Drake nel brano “Views” e la sua cover di Wicked Game di Chris Isaak è stata scelta per il trailer della serie Games Of Thrones.
Artista: JAMES VINCENT MCMORROW
Titolo Album: WE MOVE
Data di uscita: 2 SETTEMBRE 2016
Etichetta: Believe Recordings / Self
Album Tracklist: Rising Water, I Lie Every Night, Last Story, One Thousand Times, Evil, Get Low, Killer Whales, Seek Another, Surreal, Lost Angles
Written in constant transition – and recorded between Toronto, Dublin and London – We Move is McMorrow’s most expansive, generous and ambitious record to date. Yet there is 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 James, it’s about celebrating mental fragility – and how we move forward in life.
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: through Barcelona, Canada and Los Angeles, where the album crystallised. He returned to Dublin determined not to self-produce again, 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”). James reached out to a few key co-producers he’d met whilst travelling, namely, Nineteen85 (Drake), Two Inch Punch (Years & Years), and Frank Dukes (Kanye West). Mixing took place 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. Ultimately it embraces a shared, collective awkwardness, and a sense that maybe we’re all putting on a brave face in some way. Beginning with the sky-scraper sized catharsis of ‘Rising Water’, We Move continues a remarkable journey for the Dubliner, whose early work offered little clue as to the sounds 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 keep what you want to keep, and lose what you want to lose.