James Morrison said; “Working with Bernard Butler on this album has brought a whole new dimension to the songs. For me this album combines influences stemming from my deep love for classic soul – Marvin Gaye, Stevie Wonder, Otis Redding – with a sound that is contemporary. Making the album coincided with some very big changes in my life and I think it’s very evident from the music that this is the album I not only wanted to make but that I actually had to make right now”.
James, whose last UK tour was a sold out arena tour following his second album, will play a show at London’s Roundhouse on July 30 as part of the iTunes festival. A UK tour will follow later in the year.