Paul Dempsey has this week released his new single ‘Morningless‘ – lifted from his forthcoming album, produced by Tom Schick (Wilco, Ryan Adams) and slated for release later in the year.
This new track arrives seven years after the Something for Kate frontman’s acclaimed solo album debut, 2009’s top five, gold accredited ‘Everything is True‘.
Says Dempsey of the song,
“There’s a desperation in this song that stems from the feeling of being far away from someone and urgently racing to get back to them, almost in defiance of the motion of the planet and the passing of day and night…“
Directed by Alex Badham (Oh Mercy, Worlds End Press, Ocean party), the video for ‘Morningless‘ can be seen below.
Most musicians would be content with being involved in a single much-loved project, especially one as constantly rewarded as Something for Kate, but ‘Morningless‘ is confirmation that Dempsey will alternate between the beautifully rigorous noise he makes with SFK’s Stephanie Ashworth and Clint Hyndman and his own diverse solo career.
Fans will get their first introduction to tracks from the forthcoming solo album as Paul plays three very special, limited capacity shows in support of ‘Morningless‘. His newly formed live band features musicians Pat Bourke, Olympia, Shannon Vanderwertt and Adrian Stoyles.
With guest FRASER A GORMAN
19th – The Factory Theatre, Marrickville [18+]
20th – The Zoo, Brisbane [18+]
26th – Corner Hotel, Richmond [18+]
—> Tickets available now.
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