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The Irish singer/songwriter narrows the gap between folk and R&B. McMorrow’s tender falsetto floats over supple production from Nineteen85 (Drake’s “Hotline Bling"), Two Inch Punch (Sam Smith), and Frank Dukes (Rihanna). Songs like “Rising Water” and “Evil” are blessed with lush textures, intimate moments, and serious bump.

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This deserves attention

This album has completely blown me away. I've been a fan of James's for a while now and thought that Post Tropical was one of the most underated albums that came out that year but We Move is a revalation. A masterful soul odyssey that transcends modern day pop music. I feel like I’m listening to a classic. My hat is way off to James Vincent McMorrow on this one..

EXCITED!

CAN'T WAIR FOR THE WHOLE ALBUM COME OUT!!!

Good Album

I think the music is a bit too basic. But still this is a very intelligent and high quality pop album

Biography

Born: January 14, 1983 in Dublin, Ireland

Genre: Alternative

Years Active: '00s, '10s

Irish singer/songwriter James Vincent McMorrow didn't begin his musical life until he was well into his teens. Initially a drummer, he was drawn to the harsher sounds of At the Drive-In, Refused, and Glassjaw. He mellowed some while at college, where he discovered the more acoustic-oriented sounds of Sufjan Stevens and Band of Horses. He picked up a guitar at 19 after hearing Donny Hathaway's "I Love You More Than You Will Ever Know," and began writing songs and digging into the music of the '70s...
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