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Electro - Released February 2, 2018 | Atlantic Records UK

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With Someone Out There, Rae Morris doesn’t quite overcome the burdensome influences of Björk and Kate Bush, but she manages to express her singularity more than on Unguarded, her first album released in 2015. This time, the pop sprinkled with electro of the British musician, originally from Blackpool, holds much more lyrical potential. While the sound design is completely in tunes with the times, her songs’ DNA still holds a form of classicism. And when comes the time to unleash the implacable melody of a golden hit song such as Wait For The Rain, Morris’ talent truly shines through. © CM/Qobuz
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Pop - Released January 23, 2015 | Atlantic Records UK

The debut, full-length solo album from British chanteuse Rae Morris, 2015's Unguarded provides a great showcase for the Lancashire-born artist's absorbing, hypnotic pop. The album comes on the heels of a string of successful EPs from Morris, who was signed to Atlantic at the young age of 17 in 2011. Despite her youth, Morris made the most of her early career boost, playing shows in London, developing her songwriting skills with singer/songwriter Karima Francis, and touring and recording with Bombay Bicycle Club for their expansive 2014 album So Long, See You Tomorrow -- all of which she brings to bear on the superb Unguarded. A well-curated assemblage of songs, some of which she wrote at 17 and produced with electronic pop mastermind Fryars (Lily Allen), and others she wrote more recently and recorded with Ariel Rechtshaid (Haim, Charlie XCX) in Los Angeles, Unguarded is a sophisticated debut, steeped in a chilly, if still insulated atmosphere that strongly evokes '80s-era Kate Bush. Morris earns such prestigious comparisons through her entrancing vocal prowess and offertory knack for writing catchy, eloquent songs that envelope you more and more with each listen. Cuts like "Under the Shadows," which intentionally lifts the groove from Bush's "Running Up That Hill," the sultry "Closer," and the Fryars duet "Cold," are infectious earworms that wouldn't sound out of place next to songs by artists like Peter Gabriel and Sarah McLachlan, just as they complement the work of such similarly inclined contemporaries as Gotye and Sia. ~ Matt Collar
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Electro - Released November 22, 2017 | Atlantic Records UK

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Electro - Released January 5, 2018 | Atlantic Records UK

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Electro - Released January 19, 2018 | Atlantic Records UK

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Electro - Released February 2, 2018 | Atlantic Records UK

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Pop - Released October 17, 2014 | Atlantic Records UK

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Electro - Released June 1, 2017 | Atlantic Records UK

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Electro - Released October 13, 2017 | Atlantic Records UK

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Electro - Released April 3, 2018 | Atlantic Records UK

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Electro - Released September 15, 2017 | Atlantic Records UK

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Electro - Released March 28, 2018 | Atlantic Records UK

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Electro - Released March 28, 2018 | Atlantic Records UK

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Electro - Released February 9, 2018 | Atlantic Records UK

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Electro - Released January 26, 2018 | Atlantic Records UK

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Electro - Released April 24, 2018 | Atlantic Records UK

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Electro - Released February 16, 2018 | Atlantic Records UK

Pop - Released June 23, 2014 | Atlantic Records UK

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Pop - Released January 9, 2015 | Atlantic Records UK

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Pop - Released November 28, 2014 | Atlantic Records UK