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Tuesday, 02 July 2013 13:00

United Kingdom: Tom Morley Unveils First Single

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In 2003, around ten years ago, Tom Morley represented the United Kingdom at the Junior Eurovision Song Contest with the track My Song for The World finishing in the second runner-up position behind Spain and Croatia respectively. The male vocalist who is now twenty-three is working on brand new material noting that his abilities along with his image have all developed in an entirely different manner than what the people might have expected. His debut single entitled Plain Colour, recorded at Ford Lane Recording Studios was released through several social media outlets such as Soundcloud and Bandcamp.

The music market in the United Kingdom is quite difficult to break but nevertheless, Tom Morley seems to have managed to garner the attention of BBC Radio 6 with the track Plain Colour included in a mix-tap during Tom Robinson Introducing ... Morley has just recently been signed to the brand new independent record label, NX Records which is in turn is a collaboration between Accidental Records by Matthew Herbert and the students of Goldsmights which refers to the music course set forth by the University of London. It is always astonishing to see younger artists gain recognition especially people who have honoured their country in the past. Tom Morley was one of three artists who represented the United Kingdom at the Junior Eurovision Song Contest. The others being Cory Spedding (2004) and Joni Fuller (2005). Stay tuned to escflashmalta.com for all of the latest news.

Source: Official Facebook, Official Twitter 

Last modified on Tuesday, 02 July 2013 13:05