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Kris Morris - Ruins (2014)

12-11-2014, 12:56
Music | Blues | Country

Kris Morris - Ruins (2014)

Artist: Kris Morris
Title Of Album: Ruins
Year Of Release: 2014
Genre: Country/Blues
Label: Self Produced
Quality: MP3 320 kbps
Total Time: 40:38
Total Size: 105 Mb

1. Bury My Bones (3:22)
2. Ceasefire (3:58)
3. Ruins (3:33)
4. The Fear, Pt. 2 (4:37)
5. Fighter (4:27)
6. All Out (3:39)
7. Jesus, Valium (3:30)
8. Bad Idea (2:41)
9. She's Like A Record (3:07)
10. The Levy (3:32)
11. Rock Won't Roll (Ruby) (4:07)

With equal measures of country heartbreak, down-home blues and rock'n'roll swagger Kris Morris throws down songs that cut deep; full of life and truth. He lights things up and makes them burn. It's brokenness made beautiful. And somehow always with a wry smile.

In the last year Kris has become a fixture of country legend, Bill Chambers', songwriting sessions. It's where he’s re-found his creative spark amongst a community of kindred spirits totally committed to the craft. Bill says “we discovered this guy – one of the most talented people i’ve ever met – he’s the real deal.” Kris also found a cosy home in Kasey Chamber's alt-country jam band "Mama's Secret Garden." Thursday nights took him to a whole other universe.

With a bunch of new songs and a few prods from his new friends Kris found himself up at Nash Chambers' Foggy Mountain Studios making a record with Kasey Chambers and Bill Chambers as producers and an all star rhythm section. Recorded totally live, the album is a spontaneous explosion of heart and soul. Dirty, loud, bleak and beautiful. A break up record for the ages. The album titled "Ruins" will be released in September 2014.

Kris previously found his way back home to Australia having gigged around the UK for seven years. His EP Little Light (2007) and debut album I Think We Both Know (2009) received strong reviews admiring the honesty and passion of the songs and performance and opened opportunities to play at BBC Radio stations around the country. Seven years of hopes and heartaches summed up in beautiful gifts to take home.

The new album "Ruins" goes deeper and harder again. It's the sound of everything collapsing around you but somehow still having the strength to stand through it.

Kris will be touring nationally to support the new record "Ruins." Dates to be announced.

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