Western Canada Tour 2024.
Thursday October 31st - Sunday November 10th.
Co-headline with Blair Dunlop.
Seriously captivating live, Jake Morley brings his distinctive songwriting and implausible guitar playing to Western Canada in the fall of 2024 to showcase material from his third studio album Some Things Are Like Other Things.
Born in London England, his debut record Many Fish to Fry led to a residency at Ronnie Scotts, headline tours across the UK, Europe and Canada, airplay across BBC Radio and live performances on national television. 2016's follow-up The Manual, richly layered with strings and choirs, has also attracted millions of streams.
Along the way he's had a shred-off with Punch Brothers, swapped late night songs with Michael Kiwanuka, broken Jack Garratt's amp, and opened shows for They Might be Giants, Ed Sheeran, Newton Faulkner and Joe Bonamassa.
Jake Morley's ability to express the human experience with wit and intensity has earned him a reputation as one of the UK's most original songwriters and performers, renowned for creating exceptional live moments.
"Morley is a true original" Acoustic Magazine
“Mesmeric... a masterclass... skilfully faultless” The Upcoming
"If Jake Morley had a hit, we wouldn't be remotely surprised" The Guardian
On the stereo:
Paul Simon, Ben Howard, Newton Faulkner.
The Manual (2016):
Gotye, John Grant, Elbow
Anais Mitchell, Ray Lamontagne, John Martyn, John Smith, Loudon Wainwright III, Jess Morgan
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Jake Morley and his impressive band more than have what it takes… an ambitious pop sound that is every bit as bright and sparkly as the main player himselfThe Independent
Great real life lyrics and superb virtuoso playing. Extraordinary.BBC 6 Music
“Mesmeric... a masterclass... skilfully faultless”The Upcoming ★★★★★
Always a show-stealerBBC Introducing
Morley is a true originalAcoustic Magazine
If Jake Morley had a hit, we wouldn't be remotely surprisedThe Guardian
We like this a lotDermot O'Leary, BBC Radio 2