10 Songs, 44 Minutes

EDITORS’ NOTES

Traces of soul have always poked through the cracks between James Vincent McMorrow’s strummed acoustic chords. But on his third album, the Irish singer/songwriter’s penchant for experimental hip-hop and R&B shifts to center stage. Here his glorious, hazy falsetto colors around the lazy loops and stuttering beats of “Evil”; on “Rising Water,” his voice is another element of driving percussion. And on the ballad “Last Story,” swooning sighs sung from a distance surround raindrop notes that patter and collect in a dreamy pool.

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EDITORS’ NOTES

Traces of soul have always poked through the cracks between James Vincent McMorrow’s strummed acoustic chords. But on his third album, the Irish singer/songwriter’s penchant for experimental hip-hop and R&B shifts to center stage. Here his glorious, hazy falsetto colors around the lazy loops and stuttering beats of “Evil”; on “Rising Water,” his voice is another element of driving percussion. And on the ballad “Last Story,” swooning sighs sung from a distance surround raindrop notes that patter and collect in a dreamy pool.

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Ratings and Reviews

4.7 out of 5
56 Ratings
56 Ratings
museAKLovER ,

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..

Rudi1562 ,

We change or we don't 🤗

James' music is very ambient, creating an atmosphere like no other. His vocals, his lyrics, the different layering of the song are all components that make him surreal and extraordinary. I'm so glad he didn't stray from his original style too much, but you can definitely tell there's a difference in this new album. My favorite work of his is post tropical, let's see if this tops it !

Legitimatelizard ,

This Makes Me Feel So Much

I discovered the song rising waters first and then soon after it was on this album. I'm in love with his voice, his soul, and his beats. I needed this album..We all needed this album.

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