James Morrison New Album ‘Higher Than Here’

james morrison higher than here

He’s been somewhat quiet since his last album, ‘The Awakening’, in 2011, but singer-songwriter, James Morrison will release his new album on 30th October 2015.
‘Higher Than Here’ is Morrison’s fourth studio album, and brings his soulful, authentic voice right back to our attention. He covers personal pain and lazy Sunday mornings in staple ballads like ‘Demons’ and ‘Too Late For Lullabies’, but also surprises with his first ever dance floor track, ‘I Need You Tonight’.
‘Demons’ is the first single off of the new album, and is out now.

James Morrison Catchpole[1] (born 13 August 1984) is an English singer, songwriter and guitarist. He rose to recognition for his 2006 debut single “You Give Me Something“, which peaked within the top five on the UK Singles Chart, received platinum certification by the British Phonographic Industry (BPI), and became a hit song in several European regions. Following its success, he signed with Polydor Records to release his debut studio album Undiscovered (2006), which peaked atop the UK Albums Chart. At the Brit Awards 2007, Morrison won the Brit Award for Best British Male from three total nominations, namely British Breakthrough Act and Song of the Year for the aforementioned.[2]

His second album, Songs for You, Truths for Me (2008) entered the top five of the UK Albums Chart and peaked the Irish Albums Chart. It was supported by the UK top ten singles “You Make It Real” and “Broken Strings” (featuring Nelly Furtado). After its release, he departed Polydor in favour of Island Records.[3] His third album, The Awakening (2011) peaked atop the chart once more, while his fourth album, Higher Than Here (2015) peaked within the top ten.

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