The rock group announces a Settle concert and a new single

Three years after the release of their acclaimed debut album, rising stars of the American American scene Morganway are back with a new single and a national tour.

When the world closed in March 2020, Morganway had just finished their sold-out UK tour. Now the band will perform at Victoria Hall, Settle on Thursday March 17.

Morganway is gearing up to introduce their latest songs to the world, and it was worth the wait. Their new single ‘Come Over’ is the sound of musicians at the top of their game.

A song about savagery, temptation, danger and twisted love, it explores a strong, independent woman, feeling powerful in her own skin, but with a knot in her heart from the pressures and tribulations of life. .

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It takes their sun-drenched American sound and supercharges it with an insistent stomping that erupts into an anthemic chorus. He’s bound to become a live favorite.

Founded by twin brothers Callum and Kieran Morgan, Morganway is built around the powerful, soaring vocals of SJ Mortimer, with Callum adding an extra dimension with his own vocals and throbbing bass, artfully backed by Nicole J’s haunting but stomping fiddle. Terry, Matt Brocklehurst’s nimble keyboard skills, Kieran’s searing guitar and catchy riffs, all held together by “Steady” Eddy Bullinger’s relentless drumming. The cover was created in collaboration by Nicole and Ed.

2022 promises to be an exciting time for the band, which has already kicked off with a win for Best British Band at the UK Country Music Spotlight Awards. Come Over is the first of the new songs the band will release this year.

Hot on their heels, Morganway will embark on their biggest UK tour yet, including an appearance at the C2C festival at London’s O2 and a supporting slot with rock legends Skunk Anansie.

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