James Morrison, Higher Than Here

Lead single Demons, a terrific mix of electronica and Morrison’s powerful vocals, made mighty promises for Higher than Here.

The album itself, though, sees the Rugby singer-songwriter on more familiar territory. Commercial,  and soulful, it plays by the book throughout the remaining 11 tracks and will be lapped up by the fans who sent two out of his first three albums to number one.

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By Andrew Greenhalgh
@adjgreenhalgh
www.andrewgreenhalgh.co.uk

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