Catch Up! James Vincent McMorrow appeared on Later With… last night.


James Vincent McMorrow appeared on Later… with Jools Holland last night. If you missed it (or just really really loved it and want to watch it over again), below is his performance of the lead single from his album We Move called ‘Rising Water’.



James Vincent McMorrow to appear on Later with Jools Holland TONIGHT!


Tonight’s the night! Tune in to catch James Vincent McMorrow on Later with Jools Holland at 10pm promoting his new album We Move

We Move is JVM’s third album, released September 2016 and went straight into the Irish charts at no.1


Pleasure Beach to support BellX1 on Ireland and UK dates


Pleasure Beach are set to take the road with Irish favourite Bell X1 in October and November.

Bell X1 Fall 2016 

28 Oct –  Limerick at The Big Top

29 Oct – Cork at Cork Opera House

4 Nov – Belfast at Mandela Hall  

5 Nov – Derry at St. Columb’s 

Grab your tickets now


We Move is Ireland’s No.1 album this week!


James Vincent McMorrow‘s third LP We Move has shot straight to number 1 in the Irish album chart in it’s first week of release. If you still don’t have a copy for yourself you’d better get one right now! 

JVM and band play Galway’s Black Box on October 5th and a sold out show in Dublin’s National Stadium on October 7th. Other European dates are on sale now. Check out his website for more information.

Some words from James:

“Hi. I’m on a plane. On my way home to Dublin. The album just came out. Holy shit!!
People ask me a lot about change. Why i’m always changing. I’m not changing just for the sake of it. I’m working to do what everyone is trying to do, get closer to the person I want to be.
When I started doing this, making music, I was shy and anxious and had no confidence, it’s taken me years to grow and understand what I needed to do and how to do it. It’s taken me years to feel strong enough as a person and as a musician to be able to make the exact thing that I wanted to make without fearing it or backing away to safer ground. Hopefully when you hear the album you’ll understand what i’m talking about. I’m proud it exists.
Thank you to my partners in crime Nineteen85, Two Inch Punch, Frank Dukes, Jimmy Douglass, Ross Dowling. Thanks to my family for letting me be who I want to be. Thanks to you for letting me be who I want to be.

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