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 McMorrow’s beat-driven new single, which deals with ‘the beauty of embracing the chaos’. In his own words: “Gone is about the disintegration of relationships. In my case, the disintegration of my relationship with myself. No song or lyric I’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 there’s nothing wrong with any of it. There’s absolute beauty in embracing the chaos and the decay. I know I was exhausted pretending everything was all right.”

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

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