IndieWritersReview’s Music Monday Spotlight! UK Pop Artist Rae Morris!


Hello, Hello Guys it’s a cold day here in Texas! But I’ve got a great way to warm you guys up! Lol (okay that was slightly corny:) Anyway I have a new spotlight from a hot new artist UK Music Artist Rae Morris!

 

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Rae Morris released her debut single in March 2012, “Don’t Go”, following its use in the final episode of the sixth series of the television drama series Skins. She recorded an EP,For You, which she sold exclusively at her live performances in mid 2012, and in November released a second EP, Grow. Another EP, From Above, followed in 2013.

Alongside her solo gigs during 2012 and 2013, Morris was a support act for artists including Bombay Bicycle Club, Lianne La Havas, Noah and the Whale, and Tom Odell. She contributed guest vocals to three tracks on Bombay Bicycle Club’s 2014 album So Long, See You Tomorrow, including the single “Luna”. Also in 2014, Morris featured on the Clean Bandit song “Up Again” (from their debut album New Eyes) and opened for George Ezra on his European tour, as well as embarking on her own headlining UK tour.

During 2014, Morris released the singles “Do You Even Know?”, “Cold” (featuring Fryars), and “Closer”—each with accompanying EPs—to promote her debut album, Unguarded, which she recorded primarily in Los Angeles with producer Ariel Rechtshaid. Morris was longlisted in the BBC Sound of 2015 poll, and Unguarded was released in January 2015 alongside the single “Under the Shadows”, with another headlining tour to follow in February. Unguarded debuted at number nine on the UK Albums Chart.

 

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