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Flo Morrissey
Tomorrow Will Be Beautiful

Flo Morrissey — Tomorrow Will Be Beautiful (June 15th, 2015)           Flo Morrissey — Tomorrow Will Be Beautiful Flo Morrissey — Tomorrow Will Be Beautiful (June 15th, 2015)•≈   Debutové album přesvědčivého dramatu. Tisková zpráva si pospíšila se srovnáním mezi Morrissey a Kate Bush/Joanna Newsom, validita je zřejmá. Pro mé reference, přidal bych k nim vokální účinnost (Jeff Buckley) a mírně podhodnocenou špetkou dramatu (Rufus Wainwright) a vyberte si z toho něco. Zdá se, že teď nadešla ta správná chvíle pro Flo Morrissey, objev léta. Má otevřenou cestu k úspěchu. Žádný jiný současný umělec nedělá to, co Flo.
•≈   Morrissey penned all ten original songs on ‘Tomorrow Will Be Beautiful’ and plays guitar and piano on the album. Her voice and songwriting possess a timeless quality; an otherworldly naivety coupled with the weight of an old soul. It’s a distinct and remarkable combination, one that calls to mind the work of Karen Dalton, Kate Bush or Joanna Newsom.                                                                                       Born: 1994
Location: London, UK
Album release: June 15th, 2015
Record Label: Glassnote Records
Duration:     38:46
01 Show Me     4:15
02 Pages of Gold     3:53
03 If You Can't Love This All Goes Away     3:51
04 Betrayed     3:27
05 Sleeplessy Dreaming     3:47
06 I Only Like His Hat, Not Him     3:20
07 Wildflower     3:46
08 Why     4:00
09 Woman of Secret Gold     4:24
10 Tommorrow Will Be Beautiful     4:03
Flo Morrissey: Tomorrow Will Be Beautiful review – youthful agility with depth
Molloy Woodcraft, Sunday 14 June 2015 07.59 BST;  Score: ****
•≈   Twenty–year–old Londoner Flo Morrissey’s debut album, produced in LA by Noah Georgeson (Joanna Newsom, Devendra Banhart) and Philippe Zdar (Phoenix), is a beautiful confection burgeoning with musical ideas, modulations and textures, and her voice has both the agility of youth and a depth beyond her years. The swooping, acoustic guitar–backed opener Show Me has clear echoes of Kate Bush; elsewhere, Cat Power or Newsom are evoked. The romantic string arrangements on standout tracks such as Betrayed or Wildflower place them somewhere between contemporary folk and 60s pop; the harmonies on Woman of Secret Gold might call to mind Harriet Wheeler of the Sundays to some; the chimes and cello accompaniment on the closing title track leave you wanting more. •≈   http://www.theguardian.com/               REVIEW
By HAYDON SPENCELEY, June 16th, 2015;  Score: 7
•≈   These days it seems like it can take forever for a debut album to arrive from a serious emerging artist. The fashion seems to be for tantalising the listening public with tour after tour, single after single. This can be a great thing. It can build a following so that by the time said debut album is released there is a buzz of anticipation which has been gently bubbled to fever pitch and is uncorked at just the right moment, as said debut album is finally released to the ears of a salivating public. •≈   Alternatively, it can mean that by the time of an album’s eventual release, the artist can suffer from a kind of listener fatigue. Those who were excited in the first place have, in this day of criminally–short musical attention spans, already moved on to the newest next big thing, so however good said record may be, it runs the risk of being cast in to the long grass.
•≈   This should not happen to Tomorrow Will Be Beautiful, the debut album from Flo Morrissey. Given that, prior to its release, she’s shared stages and tours with Damon Albarn, The Staves, Ibeyi, Tobias Jesso Jr and, seemingly, countless others, this seems highly unlikely. This writer’s own personal intro to Morrissey’s precocious talent was in witnessing a show–stealing support act for The Staves in Oxford back in February. •≈   That night, songs such as ‘Show Me’ and the recently ubiquitous single ‘Pages of Gold’ notably stood out, as the spectral power of Morrissey’s vocal combined with melodies and chord progressions which were deeply satisfying. She was solo. This gave her a fantastic opportunity to give full rein to her enviable talent. Not too many of the songs had memorable hooks, or so I thought, but I, myself was definitely hooked. Here as an artist to watch.
•≈   Fast forward a few months and here are the songs from that night, plus (obviously) several more, presented as a debut album of compelling drama. The press release draws comparisons between Morrissey and Kate Bush, or Joanna Newsom, both valid. To my ears, add to these the vocal potency of Jeff Buckley and a slightly understated dash of the drama of Rufus Wainwright and you’d really be on to something. This appears to be just the right moment for Flo Morrissey to emerge in to the spotlight. She’s has an open road to success in front of her. To my ears, there are simply no other contemporary artist doing what she does.
•≈   ‘Show Me’ and ‘Pages of Gold’ begin the album, and we’re quickly into its beguiling stride. Vocal melodies undulate, alternating between almost saccharine on the one hand and hairs–tingling–on–the–back–of–your–neck jarring on the other. ‘If You Can’t Love This All Goes Away’ seems like a soulfully sweet tune, but underneath it all there is some atmospheric guitar dissonance giving fair warning before the chorus intervenes with its swirling strings. Shifting between major and minor, a chorus made for radio and a meandering collection of verses and bridges, this is an off–kilter soul tune to die for. Basically, it’s all over the place. There’s no easy way to describe it (can you tell I’m struggling?) and yet at the end of it all it contrives to make perfect modern–pop sense.
•≈   And so it goes on. ‘Betrayed’ and ‘Sleeplessly Dreaming’ are mid–album highlights which focus primarily on Morrissey’s vocal talents. By ‘Women of Secret Gold’, Morrissey’s multi–tracked close harmonies, laden with distance–inducing echo have become a trademark which gives the listener something to hold on to as everything else constantly shifts around them.
•≈   This is not an easy album to listen to and digest. It is all the better for it. If you’re looking for a new singer–songwriter to enjoy this summer, but one who will you make you work for your pleasure, then Flo Morrissey is the one for you. •≈ http://drownedinsound.com/                                       
Flo Morrissey: Tomorrow Will Be Beautiful review — keening and cooing
Jon Dennis, Thursday 11 June 2015 21.30 BST;  Score: ***
•≈   Twenty–year–old Londoner Flo Morrissey was signed to Glassnote after a YouTube video caught the attention of company boss Daniel Glass. On Tomorrow Will Be Beautiful, her debut album, producers Noah Georgeson and Philippe Zdar have cast Morrissey’s impossibly pure voice in a pastoral soundscape. The absence of electronic wizardry gives the album a timeless quality, and nods to the artists who have influenced Morrissey: tragic troubadours such as Nick Drake, Karen Dalton and Tim Buckley. True, Morrissey’s voice can sigh and plead with the best of them — but for the most part her songs are gossamer–thin. Occasionally she stops keening and cooing and reveals a more interesting voice, slightly plummy, like Vashti Bunyan. “I can’t be a part of this villainy,” Morrissey sings on single Pages of Gold, in a line worthy of her namesake. Tomorrow almost certainly will be as beautiful for Flo Morrissey as her album title avers. But one longs for something more than mere prettiness, which over the course of a whole album becomes a bit glutinous. •≈   http://www.theguardian.com/
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By Andy Jex | posted on 17 Jun 2015 | Score: ***
•≈   http://www.musicomh.com/reviews/albums/flo-morrissey-tomorrow-will-beautiful
Esther Levy, JUNE 4, 2015
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•≈   http://www.manrepeller.com/2015/06/flo–morrissey–tour–instagram.html
By Yasmeen Gharnit — April 21 2015
•≈   http://www.nylon.com/articles/band-crush-flo-morrissey
Pages of Gold
1. Everyone except for you passes me by
Oh, tell me why I am due to hold on to this fight
Why I stay in all day shutting away these thoughts I have to hide
But I'm kidding myself
I know that nothing will change the way I feel inside
2. These pages of gold that we have in stored
In all my all
Turn me on the other eyes they say
Don't give in to your love, cry
Don't give in to your love, cry
Oh, oh, oh
3. A year has passed and I still haven't lost how it feel like to forget
If it's such a big ass to be granted a day
When there's no need to fret
Then suddenly you seize to love me
I'm so saved in God's street
I worry too much it's drive me so tough
But I can't be a part of this looney
4. These pages of gold that we have in stored
In all my all
Turn me on the other eyes they say
Don't give in to your love, cry
Don't give in to your love, cry
Oh, oh, oh 

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Tomorrow Will Be Beautiful


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