James Vincent McMorrow Contemplates 'How To Waste A Moment'
Transitioning from the fraught folk of his musical beginnings to a newly found synths-and-808's, alt-r'n'b inspired sensibility, Irish singer/songwriter James Vincent McMorrow had a legion of fans under his spell with the haunting moods and tender emotion of last year's 'Post Tropical' album. Ethereally introspective and infused with the most moving of vulnerabilities, his keening falsetto proved its effortless ability to leave the listener in a state of awestruck wonder with tracks like 'Cavalier' and 'Gold'. Looking forward to hitting venues across the U.S. this month, McMorrow returns with new track, 'How To Waste A Moment', saying 'Wasted moments. We had a lot of them. Even though I believe I’ve done the right thing at the time, when I look back I realize I actually made my life a lot more difficult...But I am trying. I’m trying to be better, and more honest. I was thinking about those wasted moments one night while I was working on my next record. I started writing this song...I recorded it with tempo because life to me is tempo, it’s rarely slow. This song is the connect from where I was, to where I’m going to be very soon'.