East Anglian rock/Americana group Morganway are set to bring us their debut self-titled album on August 2nd 2019, along with a string of tour dates around the UK.
Founded by twin brothers Callum & Kieran Morgan, & keyboard player Matt Brocklehurst in 2016, Morganway swiftly grew into a supergroup with the joining of singer SJ Mortimer, fiddle player Nicole J Terry, & drummer Ed Bullinger.
Inspired by such names as Bruce Springsteen, Fleetwood Mac & other classic guitar bands such as The Eagles, Morganway quickly grew attention on the live circuit with their own unique sound that is influenced by a large variety of Americana, country, pop, rock & indie to create an exciting string of performances that capture their audiences full attention.
With the magic they deliver through their live performances, Callum spoke about bringing the live magic into the studio by saying “It couldn’t become too sanitised in the studio so the bulk of it was recorded live, with minimal overdubs.”
He continued “I think all art is frozen in its time, forever reflecting the moment in which it was made but also, hopefully, speaking to the person that discovers it in their own time. Jackson Browne says he still calls recordings ‘records’, regardless of their physical or digital format, because to him, they’re ‘a record of events’.”
Pre-order Morganway’s debut album by clicking right here. You may also find the official video for their latest release “I Want No Other Love” below.
Information about their upcoming tour, including dates that include supporting CC Smugglers on their upcoming dates, are listed below.
6th – Folk In A Field Festival, Norfolk
24th – The Monarch, Camden
4th – Waterfront, Norwich (headlining)
7th – Omeara, London (Supporting CC Smugglers) (SOLD OUT)
10th – Lakefest, Wales
14th – The Green Note, Camden (SOLD OUT)
30th – Millport Country Festival, Scotland
21st – Little Rabbit Barn, Colchester
26th – Deepham Festival, Norfolk
28th – Westview Live, Lincoln
10th – Epic Studios, Norwich
24th – Newhampton Arts Centre, Wolverhampton (Supporting CC Smugglers)
26th – King’s Somborne, Hampshire (Supporting CC Smugglers) (SOLD OUT)
31st – Brudenell Community Rooms, Leeds, (Supporting CC Smugglers)
1st – The Junction, Cambridge (Supporting CC Smugglers)
6th – Bodega, Nottingham (Supporting CC Smugglers)
7th – Gullivers, Manchester (Headline show)
8th – MK11, Milton Keynes, (Supporting CC Smugglers)
You can find out information for purchasing tickets by clicking here.