Listen: Rae Morris shares ‘Lower The Tone’

Rae Morris shares ‘Lower The Tone’

Another preview of ‘Someone Out There’, out 2nd February.

Rae Morris is releasing her new album ‘Someone Out There’ a fortnight from today, and has shared another track from the album as a preview.

‘Lower The Tone’ follows ‘Reborn’, ‘Do It’, ‘Atletico’, and most recently opening track ‘Push Me To My Limit’ in previewing the new album, out on 2nd February via Atlantic and following debut record ‘Unguarded’.

‘Lower The Tone’ is another shiny pop effort, continuing the singer’s evolution on ‘Someone Out There’, albeit with slightly more delicate textures on the new track.

The Blackpool native is set to take ‘Someone Out There’ on an extensive UK tour in March. View the dates and listen to ‘Lower The Tone’ below.

MARCH 15 Newcastle, O2 Academy 16 Glasgow, Art School 17 Manchester, Gorilla 19 Portsmouth, Wedgewood Rooms 20 Oxford, O2 Academy 21 Birmingham, O2 Academy 23 Nottingham, Rescue Rooms 24 Bristol, Marble Factory 25 Brighton, Concorde 2 28 London, Heaven

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