James Vincent McMorrow – Gone

Four albums into his career, James Vincent McMorrow is currently working on long-player #5. This record will see the Irish singer-songwriter work with producers like Paul Epworth (Adele, U2), Kenny Beats (Ed Sheeran, Slowthai), and Moon Willis (Anne-Marie, Hare Squead).

Gone is McMorrowโ€™s beat-driven new single, which deals with โ€˜the beauty of embracing the chaosโ€™. In his own words: โ€œGone is about the disintegration of relationships. In my case, the disintegration of my relationship with myself. No song or lyric Iโ€™ve ever written has come as close to this one at capturing how I feel about life, how I hear it, my fear of it, my obsession with it, my belligerent belief that I can control it, my quiet acknowledgment in the middle of the night that I will never control a single thing. And thereโ€™s nothing wrong with any of it. Thereโ€™s absolute beauty in embracing the chaos and the decay. I know I was exhausted pretending everything was all right.โ€

Gone is a smooth R&B-influenced track that marks a new direction for the artist. Itโ€™s sure to add heaps of streams to the 750 million he already amassed so far.

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