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When a track gives you goosebumps from the get go, you know you’ve got a winner. Katy Morley, better known as Morly delivered a powerful ballad that achieved just that on “Twain Harte”. It pours out straight from the heart, is genuinely sincere and packs a punch. This is her first new material since 2017. Which, signals a new direction and a complete new set of tracks to come if you ask us.

Based out of London, but originally from Minneapolis via Los Angeles Morly creates visual art and the simplest, most effective pieces of music out there. Yet, she remains in complete control of the production process and above all, transcends with absolutely amazing vocal delivery.

Listen to Morly’s “Twaine Harte” below:

Morly says of the new single :

“I was falling in love with someone who lived across the ocean, to the point where I was willing to move to a new country to be together,” she explains. “We talked daily, the time difference often meaning we were talking from different days.

“Twain Harte” is simple magic, starting with just with Morly’s silky smooth voice backed by Jesse Carmichael on the piano, building onto a savage climax by Adam MacDougall on organ topped off with strings and bass by producer Chris Stracey. It’s quite the bees knees to listen to I must say.

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Definitely check out Morly previous musical output and appreciate the evolving body of work. There’s more to come through the pipeline from Katey Morley as she releases her new material in full in 2021. In the meantime, get “Twain Harte” spun (above) and make sure you follow her updates on the socials provided further down the page.

Morly‘s “Twain Harte” was released on December 8th, 2020 via Cascine + Sweat Entertainment


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