Guess who’s back.
James Vincent McMorrow
“Australia became quite a special place for me quite quickly.”
JVM’s new album might divide fans but he’s delivered a record that sounds re-energised and exciting.
No, it’s not a Lil Jon cover.
JVM is back.
Even better than the original?
Irish musician James Vincent McMorrow has announced a second and final performance at Sydney’s Vivid LIVE 2014 event after selling out his first date. The troubadour’s new show will take place on Saturday, 31st May. James Vincent McMorrow will be performing Post Tropical Live, the companion performance to his well-received second album Post Tropical. His
Irish troubadour James Vincent McMorrow‘s affinity with Australia continues, following his recent Falls and Southbound stopover, with the falsetto-wielding musician announcing a return visit in May, alongside a special performance at the Sydney Opera House for this year’s Vivid LIVE. After wrapping up his current US tour, which includes a string of sold out shows
Final live lineup announced!
Irish musician James Vincent McMorrow showcased his sonic development from folk troubadour to r’n’b-inspired multi-instrumentalist producer, while in the country recently for the Falls and Southbound festivals. Music Feeds has the exclusive behind-the-scenes photo diary, documenting the artist’s Australian escapades. The photo diary, which you can see below, follows the Irishman as he braces the
UPDATE 28/04/14: Three major new acts added to the Splendour 2014 lineup including Childish Gambino — full details here! UPDATE 23/04/14: The full Splendour In The Grass 2014 lineup has been announced! Full details here.UPDATE 19/04/14 6pm AEST: A Splendour headliner has leaked details of their appearance at this year’s festival! More details here. Following
James Vincent McMorrow’s shift from folk to atmospheric electronica could quite possibly have the reputable falsetto king, James Blake, shaking with fear behind his grand piano. Sure, McMorrow may have been granted the bragging rights for his Gold-certified and award-nominated debut album, Early In the Morning, back in 2010, but it’s his recently released second
“You’ll probably see me for some shows during your winter…”
Irishman James Vincent McMorrow will be engaging in co-curricular activities while in town for Falls Festival and Southbound, seeing him performing headlining sideshows in both Melbourne and Sydney in January. McMorrow is no stranger to Aussie stages, having nailed his maiden tour just last year. The demand for the singer-songwriter went through the roof resulting