Download James Yuill's new track 'Give You Away' for free
Yuill returns with a new album Movement In A Storm
Friday 12 March 2010
After releasing his critically acclaimed debut album
Turning Down Water For Air in October 2008, 28 year old Brit James Yuill is back with a brand new album for 2010. Entitled Movement in A Storm, the LP is set for release worldwide on June 21, 2010 and will be released through Moshi Moshi in the UK.
One of the hardest working chaps in music, James spent the last year traipsing the globe and performing 105 gigs in 16 countries, all the while spreading his unique blend of emotional acoustic songwriting with visceral, dynamic electronic beats. He's won many a champion along the way including Huw Stephens, Zane Lowe and John Kennedy as well as The Chemical Brothers and Phoenix.
His first UK live date of the year has been confirmed for Thursday April 15th at The Meltdown at CAMP in London. Presented by Ross Allen (Ministry of Sound, Radio 1) and Raf Daddy (Greco-Roman, 1965 Records), The Meltdown is a brand new free music event in Shoreditch.
To celebrate the release of Movement in A Storm, James is giving away an extended version of the first track from the album aptly called 'Give You Away'. It will be available to download from today at jamesyuill.com .
James commented, "I'm so excited about the new album. As fans will know Turning Down Water For Air was a year old before it was released so I'm happy to say the new songs were done a mere couple of months ago. Like all artists know It's a great (and frightening) feeling to issue new material out into the public domain. I've tried to maintain the acoustic elements of the last record whilst advancing the electronic production. For example there are tracks that range from dance and glitchy electronica right the way through to an acoustic guitar instrumental. I hope people like it."
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